4th Grade Behavior Expectations
- In fourth grade, students are expected to become resourceful and independent. We give them tools to succeed, as well as guide and facilitate their learning. A big part of this expectation involves good behavior.
- We use Class Dojo in fourth grade. This is an online system for keeping points based upon behaviors set up by our team. Points will be redeemed for privileges and treats every Friday. Parent access codes have been sent home.
- Students are given points for: actively participating, challenging yourself, making a great connection, showing great hallway behavior, helping others, coming to lessons quickly and quietly, being respectful, showing responsibility, showing teamwork, and working hard.
- Students may also lose points for: Being disrespectful, being off task, showing poor hallway behavior, talking out of turn, being too talkative during lessons, being unfocused, being unprepared.
PBIS (School Wide Behavior Expectations)
Panther PAWS have been seen all over New Prospect! PAWS illustrates our new school wide behavior program being implemented this year. Panther PAWS outline consistent expectations for students, staff and parents. Students will hear of Pride, Attitude, Wise choices and Safety consistently throughout the building throughout the day. These character traits will be introduced to students along with ways to demonstrate these qualities here at New Prospect and beyond. Through PAWS we will establish a positive school culture where all students can self-manage and excel in their learning. Below are PAWS expectations school wide and in fourth grade.