Behavior Management Plan
1. Positive redirection/statement of expected behavior 
2. Verbal Warning (clear and concise)
3. Loss of DoJo point
4. Note home
5. Call home
6. Administration referral

*When a student receives 25 DoJo points for the week (5 per day), they are eligible for Fun Friday (movie, iPad time, seasonal parties, etc). I am a proponent of positive behavior management. It should be noted that my first response to unexpected/negative behavior is to redirect in a positive way. Negative consequences are used only when necessary and when behaviors warrant them. Behaviors that warrant negative consequence include but are not limited to: hitting, throwing objects, excessive noncompliance, any act that puts any students in any danger, and threats.