• Positive Behavior Intervention Strategy (PBIS)- We R4 the Bluejay Way

    DISCIPLINE

     

    We, at Hartley, believe that children learn to practice responsible behavior just as they learn to read and write, do mathematics, play an instrument, or participate in sports.  All members of our staff will be involved in a behavior program that teaches children to be responsible.  The goal is to create a safe, respectful, and responsible school environment conducive to learning for all. Hartley’s school-wide discipline program is called “We R4 the Bluejay Way.” Respecting Yourself, Respecting Others, Respecting Property, and Respecting Learning.

     

     

    Places

    Respect Yourself

    Respect Others

    Respect Property

    Respect Learning

    Classroom

    Work Hard

    Be ready to learn 

    Be Positive

    Be a Good Listener

    Be Kind

    Be a Friend

    Keep hands and feet to self

    Use appropriate voice

    Clean Up

    Be Safe

    Take care of devices 

    Take Turns

    Work Together

    Follow Expectations

    Give best effort

    Hallway

    Use walking feet

    Know where you are going

    Stay in line

    Quiet voices

    Hands and feet to self

    Be aware of others

    Keep hands to yourself

    Keep your hook tidy

    Enter and exit quietly

    Arrive on time

    Lunchroom

    Wash hands

    Eat healthy food

    Eat your own food

    Use good manners

    Welcome all students to your table

    Keep hands and feet to self 

    Take care of tray and trash

    Leave other property alone

    Listen to lunch staff

    Use appropriate voice

    Playground

    Follow playground rules

    Wear appropriate clothes and shoes

    Include others

    Use kind words

    Control your body

    Be a problem solver

    Use equipment appropriately and put away when finished 

    Line up when called

    Come in when called

    Bathroom

    Wash hands

    Clean your body

    Respect other’s space’

    Flush

    Throw trash away

    Keep bathroom clean

    Report others 

    Return to class quickly

    Use quiet voice

    Ask teacher at appropriate time

     

     

     

    The chart below shows the behaviors that we value at Hartley, the behaviors that we need to work on, as well as, behaviors that are bottom line and not tolerated.  “Above the Line” behaviors are acceptable and expected behaviors at school.  “Below the Line” behaviors are unacceptable behaviors and may result in communication home and working with students on fixing the problem.  This will include a plan and an action the child will take to insure the behavior will not continue.  We try to incorporate logical consequences that follow the 3 R’s: Related to the behavior, delivered Respectfully, and Reasonable. 

    “Bottom Line” behaviors are behaviors that are considered totally inappropriate for school. “Bottom Line” behaviors may result in or may include, but not be limited to, a conference, detention, in-school suspension, referral to the police, out-of-school suspension, and/or expulsion.

     

     

     

     

    Be Respectful

    Be Safe

     

    Be Responsible

    Be cooperative

     

    Be Polite

    Be a Worker

     

    Be a Listener

    Be Honest

     

    Be Kind

    Be Tolerant

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Not Listening

        Late Assignments

     

    Unproductive

    Uncooperative

     

    Budging in Line

    Name Calling

     

    Disrespectful

    Dishonest

     

     

    Unkind

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Swearing

    Fighting

     

    Vandalism

    Weapons

     

    Harassment

    Serious disruption to the learning

    environment

    Stealing

     

    Bullying