Behavior Management System

Mrs. Stanley’s Class Rules

Follow directions the first time they are given.

Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

Talk quietly in the classroom.

Listen carefully when others are talking.

Raise your hand and wait your turn.

Show respect to each other, to adults, the school, and yourself.

Work and play safely.

Always follow the Golden Rule, Treat others like you want them to treat you.

Always do your best.

Mrs. Stanley’s Classroom

Behavior plan

Our class will be using class dojo. If your child’s previous teacher used Class dojo, they will have an account, but you will still need to follow the steps to log them into Stanley’s Second Grade class dojo account. The information for setting up Dojo and connecting to our class is found in this packet. It is very important for you as the parent to connect to our class and to actively check your child’s points.

1st consequence- Verbal Warning (whole class or individual warning)

2nd consequence- Student will get a dojo point taken away.

3rd consequence- If a student loses 3 or more dojo points in one day they will write in the behavior book, describing the rule that was broken.

4th consequence- If a student continues to break the rules, he or she will be referred to the office and parents will be notified.

Students can earn their dojo points back by making good behavior choices during the day.

Each Friday students will bring home their dojo points for that week in their Friday folder, the parent is responsible for signing and returning this.

There will also be a behavior binder, with behavior contracts inside. If for some reason a student loses five or more Dojo points in one day, they will sign a behavior contract, and we will talk about the choices that were made that day. The contract will be sent home for the parent to discuss making better choices with their child, sign it and return it the next day.


If the case arises where your child is consistently breaking classroom and school rules, I will contact you to discuss it further.  My goal is to build a positive behavior system that motivates students to make smart choices. I believe students learn better when there is consistent structure in the classroom, and that begins with their behavior.