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How to Write Effective School Rules.
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Whether you're in college, high school, middle school or elementary school a list of official school rules that students are expected to adhere to is crucial to a safe learning school environment. These "golden" rules may encompass behavior on campus, policies on tardiness and personal appearance and are tailored to the needs of each individual school.
There is no simple formula for creating and writing a perfect set of school rules, however, there are a number of important components have been associated with successful school rule programs. While school rules might vary, experts agree that keeping rules simple, written in a positive tone and displayed in every classroom, seems to work best. Below is an example of an effective writing style:
1.Team players follow the rules. Do not bring electronic devices including cell phones, toys, food, beverages, and hooded tops to school. As per School Regulations these items, including cell phones, will be temporarily confiscated. Always be a team player!
2.Excellence begins with you! Follow the school dress code with pride every day! Torn jeans or clothes are not allowed. Pants must be belted at the waist. Coats, jackets, scarves, hats, beads, bandanas, and du-rags will be locked in your locker or closet without exception until dismissal.
3.Respect for all others. You may not eat or drink in any classroom. You must have a signed/dated pass from a teacher, dean, or an administrator in order to be legally out of your class. There is Zero Tolerance for physical and/or verbal violence, including cyber bullying.
4.Never forget your mission. Come to school prepared to do outstanding work each and every day. This includes having a book bag, required textbooks, agenda, a pen, a pencil, a notebook and all homework and classwork assignments.
5.Successful students are punctual. Students must report to school on time and be ready to learn. Ready to Learn means be in your assigned seat on time, book bag off, notebook/pen out, quietly listening to announcements, ready to start the day.
In an attempt to create a respectful, orderly and predictable school environment, many schools are implementing school-wide behavior awareness programs. These programs are designed to promote positive behaviors and diminish inappropriate student actions through a highly visible "Respect for All" campaign.
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