PBIS at Welcome Elementary School

WWW.Welcome

We are respectful.

We are responsible.

We are lifelong learners.


Our Behavior Expectations

 

WWW.Welcome

W = We respect ourselves and others.

W = We are responsible citizens.

W = We are lifelong learners.

 

Expectations

Hallways

Cafeteria

Bus

Arrival &

Dismissal

Playground

We respect ourselves and others.

Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself. 

 

Use level 1 voices in line and level 2 voices at the table.

Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

 

Obey your driver.

 

Use a level 1 voice.

Walk in a straight line.

 

Use level 0 voices when exiting.

 

Use level 1 voices while waiting in the gym.

Be friendly to all. 

We are responsible citizens.

Face the front of the line.

 

Walk on the right side.

Clean up after yourself.

Stay seated. 

 

Keep the aisles clear.

 

Be accountable for your actions.

Be kind.

Be accountable for your actions. 

 

Use equipment correctly.

 

We are lifelong learners.

Use level 0 or 1 voices at all times in the hall.

Follow directions.

 

Use good manners.

Follow bus safety rules.

Arrive at and leave school with homework and personal belongings.

Follow playground safety rules. 

 

Voice Levels:

·        Level 0 is silence and is used to ensure student safety during safety drills, assemblies, and dismissal when exiting the building.

·        Level 1 is a whisper or quiet voice used in the hallways (other than dismissal), lunch line, bus, and gym (morning and dismissal).

·        Level 2 in an inside conversation voice used at the lunch table and in the classroom when teachers give permission to talk. 

Hallway Expectations

  • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
  • Face the front of the line.
  • Walk on the right side.
  • Use level O or 1 voices at all times in the hall.

Cafeteria Expectations

  • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
  • Use level 1 voices in line and level 2 voices at the tables.
  • Clean up after yourself.
  • Follow directions.
  • Use good manners.

Click here for a lesson plan to support teaching cafeteria expectations: https://www.dropbox.com/s/77tkaxv294ptwo8/Cafeteria%20Lesson%20Plan.docx?dl=0


Playground Expectations

  • Be friendly to all.
  • Be accountable for your actions.
  • Use equipment correctly.
  • Follow playground safety rules.

Bus Expectations

  • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.
  • Obey your driver.
  • Use a level 1 voice.
  • Stay seated.
  • Keep the aisles clear.
  • Be accountable for your actions.
  • Follow bus safety rules.