Mrs. Braddock & Mrs. Adrian

Christian Behavior & Progress Reports

Christian classroom behavior is explained during the first week of school with the help of Clyde, the guide and Sam, the traffic light. Christian behaviors and attitudes are encouraged on a daily basis through modeling, step-by-step instructions, and positive affirmations. When students exhibit good listening skills; follow directions; and show consideration for others, they get to color a gumball on their behavior sheet. When all the gumballs are colored, the class has a prize day. The students receive a small reward like stickers, candy, or a small token. Donations are appreciated!

Sometimes it is necessary to reverse the process. After a reminder, if the student’s behavior is still problematic, an eyeball is placed on one of his or her gumballs. One eyeball is simply a visual reminder. If a student receives a second eyeball, he or she will miss out on coloring a gumball. If a third infraction happens on the same day, the student will lose out on one of the prizes on reward day. No worries. This rarely happens!

Earning Extra Gumballs:
Each week students earn an extra gumball when you sign and return the coupon that is attached to their newsletter.

Progress Reports:
Students will receive a progress report at the end of each quarter. The report is divided into two sections. One section indicates Christian social development, and the other section is for academic or personal development. Subject areas include religion, language arts, math, science, social studies, art, music and physical education.

Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled after the first and second quarter. If you would like to meet at another time, please, send an e-mail to the teacher with some suggested dates and times.


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