• 2nd grade is a time for learning and growth.  During this time there will be mistakes made.  Therefore, we will have many learning opportunities.  Students in my classroom will be given chances to correct behavior with helpful reminders and clear explanations as to why those behaviors were/are undesired.  I believe that students at this age need to have a clear understanding as to why things are right or wrong, and what they can do to have their needs met in a positive way.  Here is how my classroom behavior chart looks:
    Green -  You are good to go!  Behavior is fantastic!  If reminders are needed, you can still stay on the green so long as your behavior is corrected.  You can ALWAYS, ALWAYS move back up to green if you go down to yellow or red throughout the day.
    Yellow -  Slow down!  More than 2 reminders have been given, and behavior has not yet been corrected.  Usually, parents will not be notified of students going down to yellow.  The behaviors are still not serious enough that they can't be addressed at school.  If you ever feel that you would like to be notified of your child going down to yellow, PLEASE be sure to let me know!
    Red - STOP!  Behavior is not acceptable in school.  Unless behavior is changed quickly, the students' parents will be notified.  If the behavior has affected another student physically or emotionally, then Mr. Drosseler will be removing students from the classroom to further discuss the behavior and its consequences.  If there is something that you feel will not meet your particular students' needs within my behavioral plan, please let me know and we can always work on more ideas together.