Station Rotations
Perhaps, the most important piece of a successful behavioral system is the communication of clear school-wide expectations. At Betsy Ross School, this communication occurs at least twice per school year. On the first couple days of school and near the halfway point in the year, Betsy Ross staff members host grade level station rotations at designated areas around the building. At each station, a staff member is responsible for leading students through the expectations in each setting. For example, bus expectations include behaviors such as staying seated, keeping hands and feet to selves, taking care of belongings, and following the bus driver's directions. During these station rotations, students often receive their first Star Values Tickets of the school year. It is extremely important both students and staff buy into the expectations set forth in our station rotations for us to have a successful year.
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