Elementary PBIS

Madison Elementary PBIS Expectations


BATHROOMS

WE ARE RESPECTFUL

– use quiet voice
– give others privacy (one person in stall)
– keep bathroom clean

WE ARE RESPONSIBLE

– return to room quickly
– go, flush, wash, dry
– put trash in can
– count to five under dryer
– one squirt of soap

WE ARE SAFE AND HEALTHY

– keep water in sink
– keep feet on floor
– wait patiently
– keep hands, feet, objects and unkind words to self
– report problems to adults
– wash and dry hands


BUSES

 

WE ARE RESPECTFUL

– use quiet voice
– follow adult directions
– respect others property

WE ARE RESPONSIBLE

– keep track of your belongings

WE ARE SAFE AND HEALTHY

– walk to and from bus
– sit with backs and bottoms on seat
– keep hands, feet, objects, and unkind words to self
– cover mouth for cough/sneeze


CAFETERIA

 

WE ARE RESPECTFUL

– use quiet voice
– raise hand for help or question
– wait your turn in line
– follow adult directions first time given
– stay seated until dismissed

WE ARE RESPONSIBLE

– keep food to self
– clean up after self
– put trash in can
– eat your own food
– use good table manners

WE ARE SAFE AND HEALTHY

– sit with feet on floor, bottom on bench, and facing table
– walk
– keep hands, feet, objects and unkind words to self
– report accidents to an adult
– eat healthy food/drink


CLASSROOM

WE ARE RESPECTFUL

– use quiet voice
– wait your turn
– follow adult directions first time given
– be an active listener

WE ARE RESPONSIBLE

– be on time
– keep track of your belongings
– return items to their place
– ask for help when you do not understand

WE ARE SAFE AND HEALTHY

– walk
– all 4 chair legs on floor
– keep hands, feet, objects, and unkind words to self
– use equipment and materials appropriately


HALLWAYS

 

WE ARE RESPECTFUL

– use quiet voice
– raise hand for help or question
– wait your turn in line
– follow adult directions first time given
– stay seated until dismissed

WE ARE RESPONSIBLE

– keep food to self
– clean up after self
– put trash in can
– eat your own food
– use good table manners

WE ARE SAFE AND HEALTHY

– sit with feet on floor, bottom on bench, and facing table
– walk
– keep hands, feet, objects and unkind words to self
– report accidents to an adult
– eat healthy food/drink


PLAYGROUND

 

WE ARE RESPECTFUL

– take turns on equipment

– include everyone
– play fair
– follow adult directions first time given

WE ARE RESPONSIBLE

– put trash in can
– line up quietly when signaled
– follow game rules
– dress appropriately

WE ARE SAFE AND HEALTHY

– walk to and from playground
– stay within playground boundaries
– keep hands, feet, objects, and unkind words to self
– use equipment properly
– keep stones on the ground
– stay active/keep moving


ASSEMBLIES & FIELD TRIPS

 

WE ARE RESPECTFUL

– follow adult instruction first time given
– listen when others are speaking

WE ARE RESPONSIBLE

– report problems to adults
– keep track of your belongings

WE ARE SAFE AND HEALTHY

– keep hands, feet, objects, and unkind words to self
– stay with your group

 

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Superintendent Interview Update

Madison Family,

Last night the Madison Board of Education completed the first round of interviews for the position of District Superintendent. At the conclusion of the interviews, the Board of Education voted to extend a 2nd round interview to three candidates. The candidates invited for a 2nd interview are Mr. Jacob Anastasoff from Tecumseh Public Schools, Mr. Nick Steinmetz from Manchester Community Schools, and Mr. James Baker from the Lakeview School District. The 2nd round of interviews will be held the week of November 18th, 2019.  The date(s) and times will be communicated once they are finalized with the candidates.

 

Have a great weekend,

Kristin Thomas

Madison HS Principal

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