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“Learn from your past as hope for your future.” -K.A.G. Mrs. Cherry. 6 th , 7 th , and 8 th Grade History. Respect Self-Discipline Responsibility Honesty Integrity Courage Compassion Perseverance Loyalty Effort Friendship Cooperation. Common Sense Flexibility Initiative

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life principles












Common Sense








Esprit De Corps



Life Principles
10 commandments for living with people
10 Commandments for Living with People
  • Greet people with a cheerful greeting
  • Smile at people, it takes 72 muscles to frown and only 14 to smile
  • Call people by their name
  • Be friendly, if you want friends, be a friend
  • Be alert to give help
  • Be cordial
  • Be genuinely interested in people
  • Be generous with praise and courteous with criticism
  • Have a good sense of humor
  • Be considerate of others
basic tenets
Basic Tenets

All bright children travel these halls.

  • All Children Can Learn
  • Building Self-Esteem
  • Climate of Mutual Respect
  • Teacher Attitude & Responsibility
  • Teacher Knowledge & Skill
  • High Expectations
hallway procedures
Hallway Procedures

We will practice the Life Principles of

Courtesy, Patience, and Respect.

  • Walk quietly
  • Walk down the right side of the hall
  • Walk around people, not between them
  • Hands to yourself at all times
  • Wipe shoes on mat when wet, to avoid squeaking on floor
substitute procedures
Substitute Procedures
  • All procedures will be followed without exception
  • Students will be respectful if not more so with our guest
  • Students not following procedures will be dealt with accordingly
  • Things will be different when the teacher is absent
  • All teacher materials are off limits to students (games, chalkboards, etc...)
labeling papers
Labeling Papers
  • Name #
  • Date
  • Grade/Hour

Locate in top, right-hand, corner of paper.

sharpening pencils procedures
Sharpening Pencils Procedures
  • Pencils will be provided for your use in class
  • Pens in class will only be used for correcting or as assigned by teacher
  • Turn pencils in to the broken pencil container before leaving each day, or when needing a sharpened pencil
  • A student will be assigned the job of keeping pencils sharpened
turning in papers
Turning in Papers
  • Papers are due when instructed. All papers will be placed in appropriate labeled and colored file.
  • Homework is due when entering in the morning. You may take a few minutes to use a tool, ruler, compass, etc… all papers must have your name written in the upper right-hand corner or they will be trashed and a zero given for no homework.
  • 1st quarter – late work accepted up to one week after due date with 10% subtracted each day.
  • 2nd – 4th quarter – late work will be accepted one day late only with 1 lower grade. After that the assignment will be accepted and the “I/O” will be replaced with a 60%.
pledge procedures
Pledge Procedures
  • All students will stand at attention
  • Right hand over heart
  • Left hand at side or behind back
  • Face the flag or if a flag is not present, face where sound is coming from
  • Always stop in hallway or classroom when announcements start
assembly procedures
Assembly Procedures
  • Sit quietly and use active listening skills. Focus your eyes, ears, and heart on the speaker
  • Save questions and comments until the speaker asks for them
  • Wait until the speaker recognizes you before you make a comment or ask a question. Always speak in complete sentences.
  • Listen to the questions and comments from others as you may hear your own question asked and answered.
  • Make sure your question or comment is of a positive nature and is about the subject the speaker discussed
  • The speaker will feel appreciated if the audience is attentive and practicing the life skills of respect and courtesy
  • During assembly students will not visit with neighbors
  • Backpacks will be held in your lap, not on your back. Items will not be removed from backpack during assembly
greeting procedures
Greeting Procedures

“Hello, my name is _______. And your name is? Welcome to Mrs. Cherry’s history class.

How may I help you?”

“Please come in.” Turn and face the class and say, “Mrs. Cherry, and class, this is _______.”

Class responds, “Good Morning/Afternoon _______, welcome to our class.”

procedures for crutcho
Procedures for Crutcho
  • Students will walk down the halls at all times
  • Students will not go into another class or disturb another class
  • Students will keep the restroom neat, and will not play or talk with others
  • Students will remain in a straight line, with hands to their sides, not touching the walls or others, walking down the right side of the hallway
  • Restroom breaks between classes only
class creed
Class Creed
  • We will value one another as unique and special individuals
  • We will not laugh or make fun of a person’s mistakes, use sarcasms, or putdowns
  • We will use good manners saying please and thank you, excuse me, and let others go first.
  • We will cheer each other to success
  • We will help one another whenever possible
  • We will recognize every effort and applaud it
  • We will encourage each other to do our best
procedures for lining up
Procedures for Lining Up
  • Wait until called to line up or when you hear the bell
  • Line up in ABC order, teacher will tell you to line up facing forward, backwards, by first or last name, etc…
  • When the teacher gives the reminder, be sure you are facing the front with your hands at your sides. Please be quiet
  • Use good manners and courtesy by thanking the person who is taking the time to hold the door open
  • If you are outside, be sure to walk quietly as if you are in the building
  • Be respectful of your peers and keep your hands, feet, and body to yourself
give me five
Give Me Five!!!

5. Eyes on Speaker

4. Silence

3. Being Still

2. Hands Free

1. Listening

procedures for working independently
Procedures for Working Independently
  • You must work quietly and not disturb others
  • You must raise your hand to get permission to speak
  • You must stay in your seat
  • You must be responsible and stay on task until your work is finished
  • When you finish your work, read or finish any other unfinished work
answering questions
Answering Questions
  • Raise your hand
  • Wait to be recognized
  • Stand and speak in a complete sentence
cafeteria procedures
Cafeteria Procedures

Entering the Cafeteria

  • Remain in a straight line
  • Use inside voices
  • Line up in ABC order


  • Each class has its own table
  • Sit in assigned area
  • Remain seated unless acknowledged by the duty teacher

Leaving Cafeteria

  • Students will be dismissed from the tables by the duty teacher according to the table most ready to line up to empty their trays
student jobs weekly
Student Jobs - Weekly
  • Greeter
  • Pencils
  • Textbooks
  • Homework Files
  • Supplies

Ketchup Clap

Flea Clap

Seal Clap

Silent Scream




Standing “O”

Lawn Sprinkler

Golf Clap


Cowboy Cheer


BOOM! Ahhhh

Applause in Sign Language

Thumbs Up

Brain Kiss

Seal of Approval


Top Dog

Mr./Mrs. Universe


Granny Clap

Mama Mia!


  • Butterfly Clap
  • Firecracker
  • Power Clap
  • 5-4-3-2- Wonderful!
  • Field Goal
  • Raise the Roof
  • Home Run
  • Cowpoke
  • The Wave
  • 7 Claps, 7 Claps, 3 Claps, 3 Claps, Whoop, Whoop, Uh!