Early Childhood Discipline Plan


Early Childhood DISCIPLINE PLAN

Discovery School 2015-2016


EXPECTATIONS

1.            Respect
2.            Responsibility
3.            Good Manners


STEPS OF THE DISCIPLINE PLAN

1.            VERBAL WARNING
Student is reminded of the rules and expectations of their classroom and reminded of the consequences if they continue with their poor choice of behavior.

2        FIRST CONSEQUENCE FOR POOR BEHAVIOR
If a student’s behavior does not improve after the first verbal warning, they will be given a form of “timeout”.  The timeout should be a quiet, secluded time of 3-5 minutes for the student to consider their actions away from the rest of the class.

2. SECOND CONSEQUENCE FOR POOR BEHAVIOR
Teacher and student will conference on why the student is unable to abide by the rules and expectations of the classroom and come up with a plan to deal with the unwanted behavior.  Possible solutions include:  work time in a different classroom and loss of privileges. 

3. FINAL CONSEQUENCE FOR POOR BEHAVIOR
If a student fails to respect the rules and expectations of the classroom after a teacher has implemented the first three steps of the discipline plan the teacher will then make a time for the student to discuss their behavioral problems with Ms. Cristiana.  The teacher at this point is obligated to contact the student’s parents and explain what happened, and the difficulties the student is having with respecting the rules of the classroom.

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