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- Entering the classroom
- Quieting down in class
- Bathroom
- No pen
- Handing in Homework
- If late
- No Homework
- During prayer
- Class dismissal
- Heading on Homework and Number
- All of the above procedures are on the procedure sheet in your folder and signed by your parent.

- What the teacher wants done in the classroom
- Explains how to do something; how to get something done
- Increases on-task time and reduces classroom disruptions
- Demonstrate how students are to function in an ACCEPTABLE AND ORGANIZED MANNER.
- All procedures need to be explained, rehearsed, and reinforced
- What the difference between a procedure and rule?
- Procedures concern how things are DONE
- Discipline concerns how students BEHAVE
- What is the procedure for opening a locker?
- Does a student get a JUG if he can’t open his locker?
- Does a student get a JUG if he breaks into a locker or opens the locker of another student?
- The goal of procedures is ROUTINE! Students do it automatically, “knowing it like their name tattooed on their brain!”
- “AND WHAT’S THE PROCEDURE PLEASE?”

- Taking the subway
- Taking the bus
- Taking car service
- Arriving at Cardinal Hayes
- Changing classes
- Buying your lunch
- Paying your bills
- Playing a sport, or practice
- Making a phone call
- Planning a wedding, funeral, baptism, party
- How are manners like procedures? What is the procedure for being polite?