Arp-Radke

6th Grade

Classroom Management Plan

 

Welcome to sixth grade! Working as a team- parents, students, and teachers- we can help every student reach his or her highest potential! Our team’s expectations have been discussed with your child along with our Mayfield Intermediate School-Wide Rules and the Manassas City Public Schools’ Code of Conduct (located in the Mayfield Student Agenda). Please go over each of these with your child at home. Both you and your child will be asked to sign and return your acknowledgement of our new Mayfield School-Wide Rules. We will also continue to review each of these throughout the year.

 

Teachers

 

Marcella Arp – Math & Science

marp@manassas.k12.va.us

571-377-6772

 

Laurie Radke – Language Arts & Social Studies

lradke@manassas.k12.va.us

571-377-6771

 

Mayfield Agenda Book

 

It is mandatory that all students use the Mayfield Agenda. It is the responsibility of the student to write his/her assignments in the agenda and complete the work. Throughout the day, we note all assignments in this book. Assignments are written on the whiteboard in class. Parents are asked to review the agenda each night so that you are aware of what your child is doing at school. Students must have their agenda books with them at all times!

 

Student Expectations

 

  • Follow the Mayfield School-Wide Rules and the Manassas City Student Code of Conduct at all times
  • Give your best effort in all that you do
  • Adjust your voice level to suit the activity
  • Raise your hand, and wait to be called upon
  • Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself

 

Parent Expectations

 

  • Ensure student arrives to school on time and ready to learn
  • Provide materials necessary for active learning (paper, pencils, notebooks, glue sticks, scissors, colored pencils, etc.)
  • Check agenda book daily for homework assignments and other information
  • Help student prepare for quizzes, tests, and other assessments

 

Homework Policy

 

Homework should be turned in the day it is due. Students should be developing a sense of responsibility. If a student does not turn in an assignment on time, he/she will not receive full credit. For excused absences, the student is allowed the number of days absent to make up the missed work.

 

Behavior

 

When instructional time is disrupted by a student’s inappropriate behavior, he/she will be given a verbal warning. Further disruption will lead to the use of a Student Reflective Statement. If the behavior continues, consequences such as lunch detention, after-school detention, ineligibility for after-school activities, and discipline referrals may by assigned. Parents will be notified when their child is asked to complete a reflective statement.

 

***  SEVERE BEHAVIOR ISSUES CAN RESULT IN IMMEDIATE REMOVAL FROM CLASS AND A BEHAVIOR REFERRAL  ***