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Ms. Moore’s Classroom Procedures

7th Grade Math

Room 245

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I am so honored to be your math teacher this year. I look forward to learning with each and every one of you. In order for our class to run as efficiently as possible, we will adapt the following classroom procedures.

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Entering the Classroom

  • Enter the classroom quietly

  • Prepare learning area

  • Begin Bellwork

  • Transition to Break It Down

  • What is Break It Down? I’m happy you asked, because I am here to share.

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Correct Heading on Papers

  • Example located on wall

  • Include Student #

  • Points deducted for incorrectly headed papers

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Turning In Homework/Class Work

  • Baskets are on the shelves.

  • Pass papers to the left. (Demo)

  • Class star duties (Demo)

  • NO HOMEWORK???? DID NOT DO sheet (Details)

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  • Students are responsible for completing all missed assignments.

  • Missed assignments are located in the While You Were Out folder.

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Ms. Moore’s Desk

  • Please respect my personal area. If you have correspondence from home, please place in the NOTES from HOME basket.

  • Raise your hand and be acknowledged before approaching Ms. Moore’s workspace.

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  • RED- Silent Work

  • Yellow- Quietly consult with closest neighbors

  • Green- Students can temporarily change seat location and work with others

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  • Each week a student will be selected in each class to be “This Week’s Star”

  • “Star” will handle several duties.

  • Please show our stars the utmost respect.

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Quieting the Class/Hallway Procedures/Emergencies

  • Universal Hand Signal (DEMO)

  • Quiet in Hallways

  • Walk on right side.


  • EMERGENCY In the event of an emergency schoolwide procedures will be followed. Students please grasp the seriousness of these drills/situations. We are responsible for the safety of each other.

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End of Class Dismissal

  • Complete Daily Reflection in Math Journal.

  • Ms. Moore dismisses the class.

  • Student areas are to be cleaned properly.

  • Quietly await dismissal.

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Classroom Rules

  • Come to class prepared.

  • Respect others.

  • Raise your hand.

  • Follow all school and district rules.

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  • Name on Board (warning)

  • 15 minutes after school

  • 30 minutes after school

  • 45 minutes after school/Phone call home

  • 60 minutes after school/Office Referral

    Severe Disruptions-Immediate Office Referral

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Classroom Incentives

  • Water

  • Snacks

  • Treats

  • Music

  • Green Zones

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Elite Scholars Universals

Hallway/Cafeteria/Study Hall

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Hallway Procedures

  • C

    Conversation that only the person next to you could hear.

  • H

    Help can be obtained by asking your peers for assistance or find a teacher in the hallway.

  • A

    Activity during this period is transitioning from class to class, transitioning from class to lunch.

  • M

    Movement as long as steady progress is being made to your point of destination.

  • P

    Performance is arriving in your designated area on time and prepared with all materials.

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Cafeteria Expectations

  • C

    Conversation that only the person next to you could hear.

  • H

    Help can be obtained by asking your peers first, then find a teacher or administrator in the cafeteria.

  • A

    Activity during this period is to enjoy your lunch, listen to the music being played, engage in academic games played.

  • M

    Movement should be limited between the lunch line and the table you choose.

  • P

    Performance during this period is to relax and enjoy lunch and recharge so that

    you will be able to be productive throughout the day.

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Study Hall Expectations

  • C

    Conversation should be limited to preserve the academic environment.

  • H

    Help can be obtained by raising your hand and asking a teaching.

  • A

    Activity during this period is to study for the coming day, completing assignments, and eating breakfast.

  • M

    Movement should be limited to finding a table and obtaining breakfast.

  • P

    Performance will be evaluated by readiness to begin the day, participation in academic activities.