Students who follow the class rules earn
membership into an elite club called the ICMM Club.
ICMM stands for I Can Manage Myself. Members will
receive a membership card and special privileges.
Student must follow all the rules to
not earn any strikes for a whole week to
become a member.
Once a member, the student must
continue to follow all the rules and not get an
out (3 strikes) for any given week.
If membership is lost, one week of
no strikes can renew membership. (All
consequences of broken rules must be completed
Privileges of ICMM
- being a helper and running errands,
- using the computers,
- playing with games,
- participating in special parties,
- receiving free time
- participating in a special activity (PAT-Preferred Activity
- earning other special privileges as determined
by students and teacher.
|1. Listen and
Follow class procedures for entering the classroom, for
classroom activities, and for walking in lines.
Follow the directions of all supervising adults. Follow
Keys to Success.
|2. Get along
well with others.
rights and property of others. Do not argue, aggravate,
hit, or harass other people.
level to the activity. Avoid excessive talking or
talking too loudly.
|4. Make wise
use of time.
for class. Make transitions quickly. Stay on task.
Complete all assignments, including
and use good manners. Remember to say: thank you, I'm
sorry, please, and yes or no, sir or m'am.
Consequences for breaking the rules:
- Each violation or strike will require completion
discipline form explaining what he/she was doing
wrong, what he/she should have been doing, and how
he/she plans to improve. Also, he/she must write
key for success.
- 1st out (3 strikes) during any given week- loss
of ICMM membership and student conference.
- 2nd out (6 strikes) during any given week- plus
phone call or note to parent or guardian.
- 3rd out (9 strikes) during any given week- plus
detention, guidance counselor referral, or office
- Fighting or severe disruption- loss of ICMM
membership, removal from class, and office referral.
- Continuation of outs will result in a change
in the consequences for that particular student.
Various notes will be sent home Some notes will require
a parent or guardian's signature and must be returned in
a timely manner. Detention, phone call, guidance
counselor referral, or office referral may be necessary
if the note is not returned when requested.
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