OME Behavior Matrix
All Behavior expectations are taught to students at the beginning of the year and revisited regularly in the classroom and at the beginning of each quarter. Research has found that if these behavior expectations are taught in the same way that we teach academics, it is more proactive and stops situations before they start.
T Chart of Student Behavior
This illustrates examples of student behavior and groups them into categories whether it is handled by the teacher or Mrs. Wanless. Behavior on the teacher managed side that is not resolved through the classroom management plan and persists may then be referred to Mrs. Wanless.
Student Success Guide
At the beginning of each year, our students receive a copy of the Student Success Guide. This is the guide that teachers use to preteach behavior expectations at OME. Attached is a copy of that guide that can be viewed and reviewed online.