Three rules should guide all student choices on campus: Be Safe, Be Respectful and Be Responsible. Teachers typically work with children at the beginning of the school year to describe these rules and others that might be more specific in the classroom. Often students work with their teacher to describe how this looks and what these rules sound like.
Teachers reference the school rules in their class meetings; in their classroom management approach; during their Second Step lessons, or other social-emotional curriculum.
Staff members throughout the campus reward appropriate behaviors and correct students should that be necessary.