Degrees and Certifications:
Our Classroom Behavior Plan
A green card will represent that the student had a great day and made appropriate choices frequently.
A yellow card represents that the student made some bad choices throughout the course of the day and, as a result, has to miss half of recess.
A red card means that the student frequently made bad choices and, as a result, has to miss all of recess.
In extreme cases where a red card has been given and the student is still making poor decisions, a phone call will be made home, the child may be written up, and/or the principal will be notified of the behavior.5. Each day that students come in, they will begin with a green card.6. An important piece to this hierarchy/theory is that students have the ability to earn their colors back by making better choices.** This behavior system is a model developed by Dr. Marvin Marshall. It is a philosophy that focuses on teaching responsibility and developing self-control for each student. To learn more about this philosophy, please visit www.marvinmarshall.com.