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Mrs. Walker’s Classroom Rules. Raise your hand for permission . to speak After the bell rings there should be no talking to your friends, classmates, or teacher without permission. Respect yourself: Do what is right, do your own work, tell the truth, and try your hardest.

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Raise your hand for

permission

to speak

After the bell rings there should be no talking to your friends, classmates, or teacher without permission.

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Respect yourself:Do what is right, do your own work, tell the truth, and try your hardest.

Respect others: Be kind and courteous to everyone, stay on task without disturbing or distracting others, and do not use ‘put downs’ or harass others.

Respect your school: Do not write on tables, take care of the equipment, take care of things that you borrow, and clean up after yourself.

Respect :

respect yourself, respect others, respect your school

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Work on your own work

without distracting others.

No Cheating

No Noises

No Horseplay

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No Horseplay

Horseplay is defined as acts of goofing off that is not necessary for a productive classroom environment.

This includes but is not limited to throwing things, leaning back in your chair, hanging on rafters, hitting, tripping, and touching others.

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Keep your teacher happy

If you know it is wrong, unsafe, impolite, not appropriate, or unacceptable then DON’T DO IT!