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Library Behavior Policy

        Student expectations are defined by using the CHAMPS (Conversation, Asking for Help, Activity, Movement, Participation, & Success) model.  Students will be reminded of these expectations as we transition to each activity during the class period.  By meeting these expectations, the library will be a safe, orderly, and learning oriented environment.

 

 

Check Out

 

C

(Conversation Level)

   Use Whisper Voices.

 

H

(Asking for Help)

   Ask a Classmate.

   Ask an Adult.

 

A

(Activity)

   Use Place Holders.

   Select a “Just Right Book”

   Keep the shelves neat and orderly (spines out).

   If you don’t know where a book goes, put it on the cart.

 

M

(Movement)

   Students may move around the room in search of their   book, check out at the counter, and then return to their assigned seat to await instructions.

 

   Students may NOT leave the room unless it is nurse or restroom emergency, and if they need to leave, must ask permission.

 

P

 (Participation)

   Return books that are due, check out a new book (or 2), and take care of the books you have selected.

 

S

(Success)

  Earn a Library Reward!

 

 

Carpet/Story Time

 

C

(Conversation Level)

   Listen when the teacher is talking or reading.

   Whisper when sharing with your neighbor.

   Classroom voice when speaking to the group.

  

 

H

(Asking for Help)

   Raise Your Hand

 

A

(Activity)

   We will read and interact with a story. 

   Listen to hear what today’s  activity will be!

 

M

(Movement)

   Sit where your teacher asks you to sit.

   Sit Criss Cross Applesauce on the Rug or 4 on the Floor in a chair.

   Keep your hands and feet to yourself.

 

 

P

 (Participation)

  Listen to the story and answer questions or give feedback when asked.

 

S

(Success)

Earn a Library Reward!

 

 

 

Table Time

 

C

(Conversation Level)

    Listen to the directions.

   Group voices when at your table.  1 person talking at a time.

   Classroom voice when speaking to the group. 

 

H

(Asking for Help)

   Ask someone at your table.

   Raise Your Hand.

 

A

(Activity)

    Listen to hear what today’s  activity will be!

 

M

(Movement)

   Sit where your teacher asks you to sit.

   Sit 4 on the Floor in a chair.

   Keep your hands and feet to yourself.

 

P

 (Participation)

  Follow the directions to complete today’s activity.

 

S

(Success)

   Earn a Library Reward!

 

 

Consequences

        I am a firm believer in consequences that remedy a given situation, repair damage, or restore relationships.  Such consequences will be used as much as possible before implementing the following:        

        Step 1:  Warning

Step 2:  Student will reflect upon his/her behavior and complete an “Action Plan”. The student will conference with me during a recess time and have the sheet signed by a parent/guardian. 

        Step 3:  Phone Call Home

        Step 4:  Meeting with Principal

 

* Depending on the severity of the behavior, a child may be referred to the principal upon the first offense according to our bullying and harassment policies. 

 

 

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