This is the behavior plan that we will follow in our classroom. Please review the BEST
rules with your child throughout the year so the expectations are understood.
How is your child’s BEE-havior today?
'Behavior Bees' Discipline Plan
Ms. Carek’s Kindergarten– Room #33
Each child is expected to follow the school-wide ROW behavior guidelines for
his/her safety and the safety of others.
1. Children will begin every school day with their bee in the green beehive.
2. If a child is challenged by the school rules, either in the classroom, hallway,
restroom, cafeteria, special classroom, or playground, warnings will be given
and we will discuss the desired behavior.
The goal is to redirect the child’s behavior.
3. If the child continues to have difficulty following a particular B*E*S*T rule, he/she
will be asked to move their bee from the green beehive to the yellow
beehive. The child and I will have a discussion regarding his/her behavior and I will
encourage him/her to make better choices.
5 minutes of 2nd recess may be taken away.
4. Finally, if the child’s behavior continues to decline, in spite of our discussion,
redirecting and/or behavioral interventions he/she may have to change his/her
bee from the yellow beehive to the red beehive.
5. My goal is for each child to remain on the green beehive and
to learn to make good choices. Of course every child can
have a challenging day and may have to move his/her bee.
6. Positive Behavior: If your child is caught doing something “sweet”, I will have them move
their bee to the class honey jar.
7. If a child's bee is on red or yellow, it can be moved back, through positive behavior choices.
In the event a child’s behavior is ever dangerous to himself/herself, or others,
administration will be contacted.
If your child has to change his/her bee, it is a learning experience about
making better choices. It is NOT realistic for a child to attend school the entire year
without having to change his/her bee at least a few times.