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Classroom Expectations/WHAT System

THE WHAT DISCIPLINE SYSTEM

WHAT is the acronym for our discipline system. The WHAT system is meant to reinforce and teach what it is we expect from the students. WHAT covers student behavioral expectations in the classrooms, restrooms, hallways, cafeteria, buses, and flex areas such as during assemblies.

 

         W – Work to the Best of Your Ability

       H – Have What You Need to Succeed

       A – Act as a Responsible Student

       T- Treat People, Property, and Time with Respect

**Action Steps for WHAT:

The number of WHAT slips yield the following consequences:

     1 WHAT Slip   -     Written Warning

          2 WHAT Slips -     Note home to parent (may be an e-mail)

          3 WHAT Slips -     Phone call home andsilent lunch 

          4 WHAT Slips - Detention

          5 WHAT Slips -     Required Parent Conference**

          6 WHAT Slips -     Office Referral

 

**Conduct is as follows for the WHAT Discipline Plan.

E = 0-1 Slips

G = 2 Slips

S = 3-4 Slips

N = 5 Slips

U = 6+ slips

 

*If a student serves ISS based on an office referral – they automatically have a G for conduct.  ISS drops the conduct one letter grade for the class of the infraction. Before or after school referrals impact HOMEROOM conduct.

Choir Room Rules and Procedures                             
Respect yourself and others (and their property) at all times. This includes language and gestures.
Follow directions the first time they are given.
Enter the choir room quietly and courteously.
Place keep all personal belongings with you at your desk.
All choir students are REQUIRED to bring their computer and headphones to each rehearsal.
Respect and abide by the district computer acceptable use policy.
***All school rules apply to the choir room***
 
General Music Rules and Procedures                                 
Respect yourself and others (and their property) at all times. This includes language and gestures.
Follow directions the first time they are given.
Enter the classroom quietly and courteously.
All students are REQUIRED to bring all their computer and headphones to each class.
Respect and abide by the district computer acceptable use policy.
***All school rules apply to Mr. Mack’s classroom***