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Androscoggin SOP's

Page history last edited by Nicole Karod 9 years, 8 months ago

 

Target Time SOP

Work on targets and skills.

Follow the teacher's directions.

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Target: Homeroom

11:00 - 11:45


Social Studies and Language Arts supplies needed :

~Reading Book

~Pencil

~Laptop

~Bring Positive Attitude

~Agenda


Math and Science  Supplies needed :

~Pencil

~Laptop

~Bring Positive Attitude

~Agenda

~Math Notebook


Target: Non-Homerooms

11:00 - 11:45


Social Studies and Language Arts supplies needed :

~Reading Book

~Pencil

~Laptop

~Bring Positive Attitude

~Agenda


Math and Science  Supplies needed :

~Pencil

~Laptop

~Bring Positive Attitude

~Agenda

~Math Notebook


Band: 11:00-11:45

Bring your instrument, music and a pencil.


Chorus: 11:00 - 11:45

Bring your folder, pencils and laptop.

Target:

Homerooms

11:00 - 11:45


Social Studies and Language Arts supplies needed :

~Reading Book

~Pencil

~Laptop

~Bring Positive Attitude

~Agenda


Math and Science  Supplies needed :

~Pencil

~Laptop

~Bring Positive Adittude

~Agenda

~Math Notebook


Band: 11:00-11:45

Bring your instrument, music and a pencil.


Chorus: 11:00 - 11:45

Bring your folder, pencils and laptop.

Target: Non-Homeroom

11:00 - 11:45


Social Studies and Language Arts supplies needed :

~Reading Book

~Pencil

~Laptop

~Bring Positive Attitude

~Agenda


Math and Science  Supplies needed :

~Pencil

~Laptop

~Bring Positive Attitude

~Agenda

~Math Notebook

 

Morning Arrival Time SOP

 

1. Exit out of the vehicle if walking skip this step.

 

2. Enter the building. (If you get to school before the bell rings wait in the cafeteria)

 

3. Put your band instruments in the band room. (If in band) Get breakfast, if needed before you come up to your wing.  If you have a note bring it to the office. If you have medications take it to the nurses office.  

 

4. Go to your wing.

    

5. Go to your locker.

 

6. Put away items.

 

7. Get items for first two classes.

 

8. Go to homeroom until the advisory bell rings. Pass in any paperwork to homeroom teachers.  Get your laptop ready.

 

9. After bell go to advisory.

 

TRANSITIONS SOP


  1. Put what you don’t need in your locker.

  2. Grab the things you need for the next class.

  3. Go to class and put down your stuff and when you are in the hall don’t disrespect other people work.

  4. Go to bathroom or get a drink [optional] because you can’t go during class

  5. Return to class

 

While you are following the above directions don’t forget…

 

Make sure you are not late to class.

Make sure you have all your supplies.

Make sure you know where to go.

Be respectful in the hallway to others.

Be quiet in the hallway

Walk in the hallway

Check your schedule so you get to the right class on time

Make sure your laptop case is zipped and you’re carrying your charger with you

Be kind about who you pass even if its your arch nemesis

Right is polite.

Pick up things others drop

Make sure that you know where you are going

Treat others how you’d want to be treated

When you borrow something from someone else, give it back after.

Be kind.

Don’t say anything mean or disruptive to anyone.

Include everyone in your group

Make sure your desk and the area around you is clean and tidy for the next person

 

 

Laptop S.O.P

MUST DO’s:

  • Always zip laptop case, Keep case zipped when in motion.

  • Plug laptop in, before going home

  • When shutting computer screen, please shut softly and don’t slam. These are expensive devices.

  • Don’t share or lose chargers.

  • Never put laptop on the ground.

  • Be cautious about the weather. Make sure your laptop isn’t put under “too cold” or “too warm” conditions.

  • Leave your laptop in a secure location, if you’re involved with an after-school sport and you’re storing your laptop in a locker, use a lock to keep from worrying about it being stolen (that’s why it’s called a LOCKER)

  • Try not to drop your laptop and if it’s broken report it so it can get fixed right away.

  • Clean your laptop in the Learning Commons only.

  • Be responsible for you computer, or your computer will be taken away from you that night or for the rest of the year.

  • Keep your laptops away from liquids.

  • No sticky objects on laptop.

  • Keep drinks away from Laptop at all times.

  • DON’T eat over your laptop.

 

Digital Citizenship:

  • Listen to teachers for instructions to use your laptops.

  • Only go on appropriate (teacher approved) websites.

  • Use school appropriate websites when at school and use websites that your parents let you use at home.

  • Once its on the internet, it doesn’t go away.

  • Know that when you are on the internet, everything you do can be seen by the world so be careful.

  • Be careful with location services.

  • Be careful what you send on the public sites.                            

  • Make sure to not let your emotions get between internet communication, don’t post something you may regret. Don’t be rude.

 

DISMISSAL SOP



-Write down homework in agenda.

-Check your agenda with your buddy.

  • Look at your partner’s agenda & if they have their homework written down then sign it.  Also ask them if they have everything they need to do that.


-Fix charger cords neatly on desk and plug in laptop if needed.

 

-Pack backpack and lock up lockers.

•Get everything out of your locker that you need to take home and put your stuff in your backpack then go back to your homeroom and wait patiently.  If you need a drink or to use the bathroom you must sign out!

 

-Stack chairs.

Put your chair in a stack with the chairs of the other people in your row


-Pick up any trash or pencils that are on the floor/ check in the desks for stuff.              


-Ask your teachers questions (if you have any and at any time)

-Listen to announcements ~ Be quiet and respectful while they talk over the PA system


Wait for bell before you leave the classroom

•Wait patiently for your grade to be dismissed.

 

-Walk down the hall. DON’T RUN!

 

No phones or technology should be out, without permission from a teacher.


•If you get picked up, walking home or if you are staying after school, stay in the gathering area until you’re dismissed (Don’t run around or get sidetracked).


-Leave school

 

incandescent light bulbsThe Parking lot SOP

 

The parking lot is how we keep the classroom neat and orderly. It can be used after class, during your free or transition times to support everyone’s ideas, questions, changes, and positive outlooks.

 

How to use: There is a pad of sticky notes and a pen in an envelope for the students and staff to write on different mustaches.  

 

Teachers will address parking lot sticky notes on Friday Morning Meetings.

 

DO

DON’T

Ask questions

positive suggestions

be serious about your questions

put sticky notes on parking lot

respect people’s comments

Have good questions that make sense

Be specific about your questions

Say rude comments

Draw inappropriate pictures

Be negative about others questions

Use sticky notes for unnecessary comments

Take down other peoples ideas.

+ = Positives, ? = Questions, Inkscape Lightbulb by= Ideas, △ = Changes

 

CHANGES

This is where you write changes you want to make in the class you can write it down on a sticky and stick it to on the △ mustache.

Examples:

1. Add more charger plugs

2. Have pencils out for people that forgot or lost theirs

3. Move desks so the people can see the projector screen

4. Don’t allow us to use the balls during a test

QUESTIONS

This is where you write a question that are not on topic for the lesson in class.

Examples:

  1. Are the desks changing during the year?

IDEAS

This is where you write ideas when you have a idea about the classroom materials and other things that you have an idea about.

Examples:

  1. More materials

  2. Class leader

  3. Make a group to go to the laptop

carts one by one so no one gets

hurt.

POSITIVES

This is where if you have something to nice to say about someone, you can put what they did on the board.

Examples:

1. I liked what we did in class today.

2. …. helped me with my math.

 

 

 

 

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