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PBIS & R.A.C.E.R. Expectations

Chalkley is a PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Supports) school. We have school-wide expectations so our staff and students use common language to promote positive behaviors. Teachers form relationships with their students and within the first couple of weeks at the beginning of each year they work together to come up with their "Classroom Expectations". Even though each class has his/her own expectations they all follow our R.A.C.E.R. Expectations (Respectful, Accountable, Caring, Engaged, Responsible). The classroom expectations are just broken down by Whole Group & Independent Work. Below you will see a matrix of our Common Area Expectations. We have posters throughout the building and in common area locations for students and staff to refer to as an ongoing review.

We also use Positive Office Referrals for teachers to fill out for students that have met or exceeded our R.A.C.E.R. Expectations. The students are called up to the office and are celebrated by the office staff and administrative team. They each receive a Positive Phone Call home from one of the administrators (Mrs. Boone, Principal; Mrs. Cameron, Assistant Principal; Mr. Gill, Assistant Principal) to celebrate, too! Keep scrolling down to see pictures of the students that are nominated EACH WEEK by his or her teacher for being the "Chalkley Roadrunner RACER" for the week.

Chalkley Expectations

I  AM a Roadrunner RACER!

School

Assembly

Bathroom

Cafeteria

Hallway

R
Respectful

  • Enter & Exit on Level 0

  • Sit flat on the floor

  • Silently listening

  • Wash & dry hands

  • Use Level 0 or Level 1 voice

  • Keep hands & feet to myself

  • Enter & Exit on Level 0

  • Use table voice (Level 1 or 2)

  • Only talk with friends at MY table using KIND words

  • Use Level 0 voice

  • Keep hands & feet off the walls

A
Accountable

  • Respond to presenter or activity

  • Only use soap and towels for washing hands

  • Keep all writing tools in the classroom

  • Throw my trash away

  • Pay attention in line

  • Raise my hand for help

  • Follow directions from ALL adults

  • Walk on the right side of the hall

C
Caring

  • Follow the directions of the presenter

  • Report any issues with the restroom to your teacher

  • Keep hands & feet off the walls

  • Pick up trash EVEN if it’s not mine

  • Say, “Thank You” when getting my lunch/breakfast

  • Keep hands and feet to myself

  • Respond to staff when spoken to (good morning, good afternoon, hello, etc)

E
Engaged

  • Listen

  • Eyes on speaker

  • Make sure the restroom is kept nice & clean

  • Let an adult know when soap or towels are gone

  • Follow directions from ALL adults

  • Line up on Level 0

  • Walk with hands by my side

  • Listen to adults

R
Responsible

  • Leave space clean

  • Take belongings with you

  • Turn off the water

  • Throw paper towels in the trash can

  • Clean up my area

  • Get EVERYTHING I need prior to sitting down

  • Share my thoughts NOT food

  • Keep halls clean

  • Report a spill



COMING SOON...ROADRUNNERS OF THE WEEK! (UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

September:
  • Week of 9/10-9/14
  • Week of 9/17-9/21
  • Week of 9/24-9/28

October: