Classroom Management

  • Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple

    Mrs. Persons’ & Mrs. Whalen’s Class will be using the “Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue & Purple" behavioral system to make the school day run smoothly.

    Purple – When a student demonstrates exceptional behavior and follows all the classroom and school rules.  It is when a student demonstrates a mature attitude and consistently works to do their best and more (without prompting).

    Blue – When a student demonstrates good choices that go beyond the general rules of the classroom.  

    Green – When a student demonstrates appropriate behavior and follows the expectations of the classroom and school.

    Yellow – This is a warning level. It is when a student begins to forget to follow the expectations of the classroom and school. It is when a student demonstrates a minor infraction.

    Orange - This is when a student repeatedly demonstrates inappropriate behavior and repeatedly forgets to follow the expectations of the classroom and school. They will lose some/all of their recess.

    Red – This is when a student continues to repeat the “orange” behavior or has made an extremely bad choice that should not be happening in the classroom or the school setting. They will be sent to the principal’s office for this kind of behavior.

    ***Students can always work their way back to green if they make mistakes throughout the day. It is important for them to recognize their mistakes and change it for the better.

    **** The students will mark in their agendas on a daily basis what color they ended the day on.  Please check for their color and initial next to their color indicating you saw how their day went.  Thank you in helping make the school day a success for your child. ****