• Proud Panther Expectations
    1. We will value one another as unique and special individuals.
    2. We will not laugh at or make fun of a person's mistakes.
    3. We will use good manners, saying "please," "thank you," "you're welcome," "excuse me," and  allow others to go first.
    4. We will cheer each other to success.
    5. We will help one another whenever possible.
    6. We will recognize every effort and applaud it.
    7. We will encourage each other to do our best.
    8. We will practice virtuous living using the Life Principles.                    
    Prodecures
    • RISE AND SHINE:    Students will sit on the floor criss/cross with backpacks in laps. The first student arriving after the bell will start the class's line first by sitting near the north wall making sure to leave enough space for teachers to pass down the aisle.  Listening without talking, each student will be expected to participate fully in all activities.  This procedure will be the standard for all school-wide assemblies.
    • ENTERING:       For safety and security students are never allowed to enter the classroom unless a teacher or another authority figure has instructed them to do so.  Upon entering, students will stand quietly behind their chairs, waiting to hear the instructor’s directions.  Then they will be asked to be seated. 
    • EXITING:      Students will pack their backpacks when asked and stand quietly behind their chairs until asked to line up. If rotating classes, students will exit and stand patiently and quietly outside the door of the next class.
    • WALKING:       All students will walk down the hallway near the right wall. When walking as a class, the line leader will stop at each corner and wait for the teacher to ask them to continue. There will be no talking in the hallway so that other classes will not be disturbed. Students are also expected to remain in this quiet manner when walking from one building to another.
    • RESTROOM:     During a group restroom break, students may line up for drinks before going to the restroom. No more than four students are allowed in the restroom at a time.  For safety and respect, horseplay will not be tolerated and the same “quiet manner” is expected.
     It is our goal for these procedures to help students develop responsibility,  
    and serve as a tool for effective parent/teacher communication.
     
     
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