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LMS Teach- To’s 2013-2014 Being RESPONSIBLE members of the LMS family!. FAQs. What are Teach- To’s ? Expectations and specific guidelines for how we are to act, how we are to respond, and what we are to do Why do we have Teach- To’s at LMS? To provide structure and a sense of security

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LMS Teach-To’s2013-2014Being RESPONSIBLE members of the LMS family!


  • What are Teach-To’s?

    • Expectations and specific guidelines for how we are to act, how we are to respond, and what we are to do

  • Why do we have Teach-To’s at LMS?

    • To provide structure and a sense of security

    • So all students and staff will know expectations and take responsibility for themselves

    • So we can focus on instruction

Arrival to School

  • Enter unlocked door beside main office.

  • Walk to gym.

    • If before 7:20, wait in the lobby to be escorted

  • Sit in designated area of bleachers

    • If going to breakfast, sit in first section on left

    • If in ISS, sit in the last section on the right

  • Talk quietly.

  • Use restroom in gym lobby if needed.

  • No cell phones are permitted to be used once in the school building.

  • Wait for teacher at 7:45 bell to be escorted to class.




Gym Entrance

Cafeteria (Breakfast)

  • Wait in gym (first section on left) to be dismissed. Do NOT go sit in another section and then move to the breakfast section.

  • Walk up outside ramp.

  • Enter side door in single-file line.

  • Fill in all tables, front to back.

  • Dispose of all trash.

  • Exit back door.

    *You must arrive by 7:50 to be served breakfast (unless your bus is late).


  • Eyes on speaker.

  • Voice off.

  • Hands and feet still.

  • Sit up straight.

  • Raise hand to speak or ask questions.

Addressing the Teacher

  • Use Mr., Ms., Mrs., Dr. with name.

  • Wait quietly for acknowledgement.

  • Use “Excuse me” or “May I?”

  • Low voice.

  • Say “Thank you” before leaving conversation.


  • Voice off.

  • Stop working.

  • Hands and feet still.

  • Wait until announcements (Moment of Silence/Pledge of Allegiance) are over.

  • Raise hand to ask questions when announcements are over.

Hallways (Class Change)

  • Walk on right side.

  • Hands and feet to self.

  • Hold on to objects.

  • Walk facing forward.

  • Low voice.

  • No more than 3 side-by-side.


  • Place books gently on floor, if needed.

  • Stand in front of your locker, without blocking others.

  • Enter combination.

  • Pull up on handle gently (may take more than 1 pull).

  • Get materials.

  • Close door quietly, with nothing hanging out.

Bathroom Usage

  • Walk directly to bathroom.

  • Move directly to and from area of usage.

  • Be sure to flush.

  • Wash hands with soap and water and dry hands.

  • Place trash in trash can.

  • Leave immediately when finished and walk directly back to class.

Water Fountain

  • Line up in single-file against lockers.

  • Drink water quietly and within 5 seconds if others are waiting.

  • Fill water bottles only if no one else is waiting.

  • Wait your turn and have others wait theirs.

  • Keep hands to yourself.

Cafeteria (Lunch)

  • Wait quietly in single-file line.

  • Go to assigned table.

  • Ask teacher if you need to return for something.

  • Request permission for restroom.

  • Wait to be dismissed.

  • Dispose of all trash.

End of the Day (Bus Riders)

  • Exit your classroom.

  • Move to the cafeteria.

  • Sit quietly at your table.

  • Pay attention and listen for your bus to be called.

  • Wait for bus door to open & load bus quickly and quietly.

End of the Day (Car Riders)

  • Communicate ahead of time—side or front of building.

  • Move to that area.

  • Sit on designated wooden rails. (No rails facing West Main will be used.)

  • Pay attention and look for ride.

  • Move to car quickly. Watch out for buses & other cars.

Emergency Drills

  • Line up immediately.

  • Voice off.

  • Walk quickly with hands to self.

  • Stay straight in single-file line.

  • Follow teacher’s directions the first time.

Substitute Teachers

  • Follow directions the first time.

  • Use "Please", "Thank you", and "Excuse me.”

  • Be helpful and honest about classroom routines.

  • Voice off, whisper.

  • Complete work.

After-School Detention & other Discipline

ASD is held every Monday and Wednesdays: this can be

assigned by your teacher or other faculty members:

  • Go to locker and get homework, book to read, and/or paper & pencil.

  • Report directly to Room 20 (Mrs. Childress)

  • Answer when the roll is called.

  • Follow directions of ASD monitors.

  • Have transportation ready at 4:15.

  • Wait in lobby for ride.

    Other Discipline may include:

  • Referrals to the office (ASD, ISS, OSS)

  • Exclusion from special events, activities, field trips, etc.

Bullying, harassment, etc.

Acts of bullying, intimidating, and harassments will not be tolerated.

Harassment, intimidation or bullying can be a gesture, a written,

verbal, physical, or electronic communication, to include

cyberbullying that is reasonably perceived to have the effect of either

of the following:

  • harming a student physically or emotionally or damaging a student's property, or placing a student in reasonable fear of personal harm or property damage

  • insulting or demeaning a student or group of students causing substantial disruption in, or substantial interference with, the orderly operation of the school

Taking Responsibility

  • The most important thing you can do is be responsible… for yourself, your learning, your behavior, and your attitude.

  • If you are involved in an inappropriate situation, do not blame others for your reactions. Take responsibility.

  • The faculty and staff hold each student to the highest level of accountability. If you are being responsible for yourself, you will avoid most trouble that may lead to further discipline.

Trying Your Best

  • Have a positive attitude.

  • Participate/volunteer more than once daily.

  • Answer all questions; complete entire task.

  • Ask specific, on-topic questions.

  • Use resources in room to answer questions or complete tasks.

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