Franklin Elementary School

Minor Behaviors
Handled by: adult in charge of the setting in which problem behavior occurs; classroom teachers keep track of minor behavior referrals

1. Adult gives warning to student to let student know s/he is not following one of the 3 expectations. The problem behavior is stated, and the expected behavior is stated and modeled. The student then demonstrates the expected behavior. The student is acknowledged for demonstrating the expected behavior. 
2. If the student chooses not to follow the expectation again, the student is warned and the behavior is retaught as mentioned above. 
3. If the student still chooses not to the follow the expectation, a Minor Behavior Referral is given to the student. The minor may come with a consequence. Some consequences for minor behavior referrals include: restating the expectation, writing a letter of apology, a time out, loss of a privilege, phone call/communication home, and a meeting with the behavior coach. 

Examples of Minor Behaviors:
Respect Yourself
  • Cheating/Forgery
  • Following Directions
  • Doing Your Work
Respect Others
  • Talking Back/Arguing 
  • Disruption
  • Lying
  • Stealing 
  • Bullying/Name Calling 
Respect Your School
  • Throwing Objects
  • Damaging School Property
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