Unsafe and disruptive behavior will not be tolerated and will be handled in the following manner:
-First warning. The first warning will come in the form of a verbal warning on “the teachers time”. The instructor will speak to the student near the end of classroom time.
-Second warning. The second warning will be “on the students time” the student will come after school on their time to conference with the teacher and it will be decided between teacher and student, what additional steps need to be taken.
-Third warning. Parent involvement . A call home to discuss the issues.
Gym and locker-room procedures are clear and expectations will be enforced. However, each student and each situation is unique and the teacher reserves the right to treat each individually.
Fay and Funk(1995), patterns are important because they give structure and consistency. The best patterns, however, are those that allow for change. This combination of allowing for change while maintaining a stable pattern helps teachers develop classrooms that maintain consistency and still meet different needs.(pg.109)
Fay, J. and Funk, D (1995). Teaching with Love and Logic. Golden, CO. The Love and Logic Press Inc.