Welcome to the 2012-2013 school year here at Sunrise Elementary.
POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT (PBS)
Sunrise Elementary will be participating in the Positive Behavior Support (PBS) program. This program rewards students who display positive actions on a daily basis. Some of the behaviors include: being prepared for school, arriving to school on time, completing homework and school work and/or respecting adults and peers.
Through the PBS program, we hope to reduce student misbehaviors while increasing student learning.
LUNCH ROOM CONDUCT
We believe the following guidelines will help:
1. Raise your hand if you need something.
2. Talk softly to others at your table.
3. Absolutely no talking when the lights are off.
4. Follow dismissal direction.
5. Always obey the lunchroom assistants.
6. For health reasons, food may not be shared.
7. Students who bring lunch from home are encouraged to bring a nutritious and filling meal. The Sunrise cafeteria does not provide candy or carbonated drinks for students and parents are asked not to include these items in their child’s lunchbox.
8. Please pay for lunches, extra milk, or juice in the morning before classes begin. No money is accepted in the lunch line.
Sunrise takes pride in being a school that focuses on character education as well as academics. Our “Word of the Month” program focuses on the positive behavior rather than the negative. The positive actions of students are rewarded and as a result we have a school that often serves as a model for others to follow.
From time to time it becomes necessary to discipline children for misbehavior. All teachers are responsible for putting in place a classroom management procedure that will enhance the opportunity for learning to take place for all students.
The following interventions will be used to correct student behavior:
1. Verbal correction
2. Private conference with student
3. Change seat
4. Behavior contract
5. Parent contact
6. Refer to guidance
7. Time out
8. Conference with Dean
NOTE: Teachers are not limited to nor required to use all steps before writing a discipline referral.
REFERRAL TO DEAN’S OFFICE
A student’s failure to respond to the attempts by the teacher and parents to change or correct misconduct will result in a discipline referral being written and the student sent to the Dean’s office. Sunrise will follow the Marion County Code of Student Conduct for Elementary Schools when a child is sent to the office for disciplinary reasons.
NO TOLERANCE BEHAVIORS
2. Blatant disrespect
3. Drugs, weapons, alcohol
4. Willful disobedience/defiance
5. Sexual Harassment