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Behavior Responsibilities

All members of Cascade Ridge Elementary share responsibilities for developing and enforcing behavior expectations consistently and fairly.

STUDENTS

  • Classroom
    • Come prepared to learn: get enough rest, eat a good breakfast, be on time.
    • Complete assignments on time.
    • Remember to bring lunch or lunch money.
    • Respect your teacher’s rules of behavior in the classroom.
    • Make the most of the time in the classroom to learn.
  • Playground
    • Play safely.
    • Keep hands and feet to yourself and use appropriate language.
    • Use problem solving skills to solve a problem.
    • Listen to and follow directions of the supervising adult.
    • Put all trash in garbage cans.
    • Include anyone who wants to play in games.
    • Use play and sports equipment only for their intended purposes.
  • Common Areas (Hall, Lunch Room, Restrooms)
    • Walk at all times.
    • Keep your hands to yourself.
    • Use quiet voices.
    • Put all trash in garbage cans; flush toilet after use.
    • Look at, but do not touch, art work.
  • Assemblies
    • Quietly follow your teacher in line to your seating area and wait for the assembly to begin.
    • Respect the Performers/speakers.
    • Actively listen (think about what and how they are presenting and how you can use that information in the future).
    • Polite applause.
    • Laughing with, not at, the presenters.
    • No booing or screaming
    • Remain quiet and seated until your teacher directs your class to leave quietly and orderly.
  • Field Trips and Off-Campus Activities
    • Listen to and follow instructions of supervising adult; stay with your group.
    • Stay in your seat and talk quietly to those around you while going to and from the event.
    • Give your attention to the performance.o Show your appreciation in positive ways.
    • Follow bus rules:
      • Quiet voice
      • No food or drinks

Cascade Ridge Coyote Code is to Be Safe, Be Kind, and Do Your Job

  Before School Dismissal Cafe Hallway Playground Restroom
Be Safe
  • Hands to self.
  • Stay in your own space.
  • Eyes & body forward.
  • Backpack on your back.
  • Walking feet.
  • Listen to adult & safety patrol directions.
  • Walk your bike/scooter/skateboard.
  • Hands to self.
  • Stay in your own space.
  • Eyes & body forward.
  • Backpack on your back.
  • Walking feet.
  • Listen to adult & safety patrol directions.
  • Walk your bike/scooter/skateboard.
  • Sanitize your hands.
  • Hands to self.
  • Walking feet.
  • Eat your own food.
  • Feet under the table.
  • Hands to self.
  • Stay in your own space.
  • Walking feet.
  • Eyes & body forward.
  • Single file on right side of hall or stairs.
  • Use handrail on the stairs.
  • Hands & body to self.
  • Play “in bounds”.
  • Walking feet on blacktop.
  • Eyes & body forward when running and walking.
  • Follow playground expectations.
  • Hands & body to self.
  • Wash hands with soap.
  • Lock your stall.
  • Walking feet.
Be Kind
  • Go to the end of your line when you arrive.
  • Use kind words.
  • Hold doors open.
  • Enter building with Level 0 voice.
  • Say goodbye to friends and teacher.
  • Use Level 2 voice.
  • Wait your turn in line.
  • Level 0 voice when you see an adult with a raised hand.
  • Respond to “Cascade Ridge” by saying “Coyotes” Level 1 or 2 voice.
  • Quiet feet on stairs.
  • Follow the person in front of you.
  • When working: Level 1 voice.
  • When walking: Level 0 voice.
  • Include others in your games.
  • Use kind words.
  • Use fair ways to play.
  • Use calm down steps when upset.
  • Level 2 or 3 voice.
  • Respect privacy.
  • Keep eyes forward.
  • Respect property.
  • Level 0 voice.
Do Your Job
  • Arrive no more than 10 minutes before first bell.
  • Stay in your line.
  • Visit quietly.
  • Walk out of the school when the bell rings.
  • Meet walking buddies outside.
  • Go where you need to right away.
  • 4 kids to a side at tables.
  • Stay in one spot.
  • Clean up after yourself on and under the table.
  • Go straight to where you are expected.
  • Stay in line.
  • When working: focus on task.
  • Put equipment away quickly.
  • Line up when the bell rings.
  • Calm body when you go inside.
  • Keep water in the sink.
  • Straight in, straight out.
  • Flush the toilet.
  • Voices off.
  • Paper towels in the trash