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Positive Behavior Support

INCREDIBLE Sponsors and Stakeholders for Sallas Mahone Elementary


Thanks for your willingness to help support our Positive Behavior Support System at Sallas Mahone. We will happily receive an incredible  donation of any amount to apply towards school uniforms for families who have requested a need and/or cool rewards for Pre-K through 5th grade students who display positive student behaviors. A list of suggested kid friendly prizes can be shared with you to help with prize selections. Rewards may be dropped off at the school office or we can provide pick up if needed. You may supply the prizes of your own choice or provide the monetary donations for parents and students to help with the prize selections. Thanks for partnering with SME.

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Sallas Mahone Elementary Positive Behavior Matrix

How can you be SPOT-ted with positive behavior?

S.P.O.T.

Classroom

(Media Center, Electives, etc.)

Hallway

Cafeteria

Playground

Restroom

S

is for

Self-Control

  • Keep hands and feet to yourself
  • Use materials appropriately
  • Use appropriate voices
  • Be aware of others
  • Face forward in line
  • Walk quietly at all times
  • Use quiet voices
  • Stay in line
  • Use your manners
  • Use quiet voices
  • Keep hands and feet to yourself
  • Be aware of all activities around you
  • Listen for adults
  • Treat others as you want to be treated
  • Walk at all times
  • Keep hands and feet to yourselves
  • Use quiet voices

P

is for

Positive Attitude

  • Give your best effort
  • Be prepared and ready to learn
  • Learn from your mistakes and move forward
  • Go directly to your destination
  • Walk with a purpose
  • Greet others kindly
  • Be kind
  • Say please and thank you
  • Smile
  • Be respectful
  • Return from playground with a great attitude
  • Strive to make friends with others and get them to join your play
  • Use your manners
  • Wait your turn
  • Maintain personal space

O

is for

On-Task

  • Be on time
  • Listen attentively
  • Follow directions
  • Participate
  • Listen for teachers’ directions
  • Be in the right place at the right time
  • Stay in your seat
  • Eat your food
  • Clean up behind yourself
  • Line up quickly and quietly
  • Face forward in line
  • Be alert
  • Return items to lost and found basket
  • Use facilities appropriately
  • Return to previous location quickly and quietly

T

is for

Taking Responsibility

  • Use kind words and gestures
  • Take ownership of your learning.
  • Receive feedback and use it.
  • Respect other students and adults
  • Respect school property
  • Help others
  • Eat your vegetables
  • Use all equipment properly
  • Take turns
  • Respect others by solving problems calmly and respectfully or making adults aware
  • Keep it clean
  • Flush
  • Wash hands