Paw Prints

Paw printThe paw print symbolizes the strength and characteristics of a jaguar. Our Jaguars are respectful, responsible, and perseverant. We are working towards academics, behavior expectations, attendance, and citizenship. Paw prints symbolize the great successes we are attaining daily in the classroom, the hallways, the computer lab, and the cafeteria. Positive paw prints are all over TGS!

Be Respectful

Classroom

  • Be kind to students and teachers
  • Follow directions within 3 prompts
  • Speak one at a time
  • Make only positive comments
  • Encourage others

Computer Lab

  • Follow directions within 3 prompts
  • Stay on course specific websites
  • Remain quiet
  • Express thoughts calmly
  • Encourage others

Cafeteria

  • Pay for all items and thank those who help you
  • Sit 4 to a table
  • Use quiet voices with positive conversations
  • Clean up after yourself and others
  • Encourage others

Hallways

  • Use good manners
  • Walk
  • Stay in your personal space
  • Keep hands and feet to self
  • Use school appropriate language
  • Encourage others

Be Responsible

Classroom

  • Arrive on time
  • Turn in electronics during Jag Time
  • Come prepared to work
  • Participate in class discussions
  • Stay on assigned task
  • Turn in work on time
  • Track your progress
  • Keep area neat
  • Hands and feet to self

Computer Lab

  • Arrive on time
  • Log in to course website
  • Set and work towards goals
  • Stay on course specific websites
  • Track your progress
  • Take detailed notes during instruction and test review

Cafeteria

  • Get lunch during first 5 minutes
  • Keep food on plate
  • Consume all food and drinks in the cafeteria
  • Clean up after yourself and others
  • Touch and eat only your food

Hallways

  • Walk
  • Minimize social exchanges
  • Keep hallways and bathrooms clean
  • Focus on getting to class on time
  • Hands and feet to self

Be Perseverant

Classroom

  • Work and stay engaged during entire block
  • Ask for help when needed
  • Complete and turn in assignments

Computer Lab

  • Set and work towards goals
  • Stay on course specific websites
  • Take detailed notes during instruction and test review
  • Stay motivated and engaged

Cafeteria

  • Think before you speak or act
  • Use good manners, even in difficult situations

Hallways

  • Avoid conflict and drama
  • Get to class on time

Conditions for Learning/Teacher Supports

Classroom

  • Be prepared to teach
  • Post agenda for day
  • Know location of students
  • Monitor students as they work

Computer Lab

  • Monitor and track student progress
  • Conference weekly with students regarding progress
  • Follow computer lab rules
  • Celebrate student success

Cafeteria

  • Model appropriate behavior and conversations
  • Sit 4 to a table

Hallways

  • Stand in doorway during class change
  • Smile and engage students in positive conversations
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