NOTE: The teacher reserves the right to use any consequences, at any time, not necessarily in the order listed below based on the severity of the situation. The following consequences include a range of progressive actions that accommodate the following goals:1) To modify undesired behavior2) To ensure a safe classroom3) To encourage student accountabilityand responsibility4) To maintain a respectful environment1. NON-VERBAL CUE:This cue can be made making eye contact, a look or gesture. This will be used for minor disruptions.2. VERBAL REMINDER OF RULE:This is a brief reminder of the rule that is given when a student is off task.3. WARNING:This is a stern reminder to a child that has already been given a reminder about a rule. The teacher will remind the student of the rule and consequence.4. CONDUCT REPORT:Student fills out a "Conduct Report" form to reflect upon his/her behavior. Then they meet with Mr. Funseth to discuss their actions and possible consequences he might give depending on the severity of the behavior. Then student must get it signed by their parent.5. STUDENT-WRITTEN LETTER HOME:To foster responsibility for behaviors, students will write a letter home that describes the problem and possible solutions that he/she could have taken to avoid misbehavior.6. PHONE CALL HOME:To strengthen the home/school connection, parents may be called so that they are notified of a behavior problem and our plan to effectively correct it.7. CONFERENCE:A conference will be set up with parents, counselors, other teachers, and other important individuals in the child's life. This can be done in person or by phone. The parents will be informed of the behavior, the steps that have been take to this point, and the consequences that have been used.8. ADMINISTRATIVE INVOLVEMENTA conference with the principal may be necessary if the other consequences have not made an impact on student behavior.