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PJMS Hallway Expectations. 2013-2014. At Palmer Jr. Middle School:. No one has the right to interfere with the learning, safety, or well-being of others. The expectation for all students is that you do what is expected, to the best of your ability. At Palmer Jr. Middle School:.

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at palmer jr middle school
At Palmer Jr. Middle School:
  • No one has the right to interfere with the learning, safety, or well-being of others.
  • The expectation for all students is that you do what is expected, to the best of your ability.
at palmer jr middle school1
At Palmer Jr. Middle School:
  • The halls at PJMS will be a safe environment where students travel efficiently to class, while demonstrating and being treated with respect and courtesy.
c onversation
Conversation
  • LEVEL 2
  • Students in the halls should be passing from class to class keeping prolonged conversation to a minimum
    • Keep conversation with friends short
    • Stand to the side when talking
    • Use appropriate language
h elp
Help
  • Find a Teacher or Administrator
    • If you need help or need to report an incident, find an adult in the hall to explain the situation
    • Please do not try to handle difficult situations involving others on your own
a ctivity
Activity
  • Students will travel from class to class in the halls during passing period, keeping conversation to a minimum
  • Students on a pass out of class will travel quickly between class and destination
    • Teachers will provide all students who need to travel in the halls during class with a pass
    • Pass activity should be limited to 3-5 minutes
    • Failure to return to class within a reasonable amount of time may result in your hall pass privileges being revoked
a ctivity lockers
Activity - Lockers
  • Lockers are an important organizational part of being a student
  • Lockers are to be treated with respect
    • Please do not over-stuff your locker
    • Please do not keep food in locker overnight
    • Please do not kick or slam lockers
  • Students who have to be addressed > 3 times will lose locker privileges
a ctivity vandalism
Activity - Vandalism
  • Should any student engage in vandalism in the halls (or in a classroom) the preferred disciplinary action will be service to the school community, but may also involve loss of privileges up to suspension from school.
  • Restitution for repairs will be required when applicable.
m ovement
Movement
  • Students will walk at an appropriate pace
  • Students will be respectful of one another and travel on theright to avoid collision!
  • Students will not block halls by standing in groups
m ovement tardy policy
Movement – Tardy Policy
  • Enter the classroom quietly
  • Fill out tardy slip
  • Give the slip to the teacher
  • Sit down quietly, join class
  • After 3 unexcused tardies– parent contact
  • After 4 unexcused tardies– 1 lunch detention
  • After 5 unexcused tardies– 5 lunch detentions
  • 6+ tardies – admin. referral
p articipation
Participation
  • Students demonstrating appropriate hallway behavior will keep their hallway privileges
  • Students who choose to not demonstrate appropriate hallway behavior by
    • Loitering
    • Littering
    • Accumulating tardies
    • Or otherwise ignoring school rules may lose their hallway privileges
s uccess
Success
  • Our teachers and custodians make a great effort to keep our halls safe and clean – please do your part! Thank you!