Rules and Procedures

Be Respectful. 

Listen and follow directions.Raise your hand.

Be Responsible. 

Clean area and put away supplies. 

Be Safe. 

Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.


Sad Choice Consequences

Warning.
Sit Alone.
Walking Break.
Loss of Art Privileges.
Note/Phone Home.


Happy Choice Consequences

Art Punches.
Rainbow Club Points.
Listen to Music.
Extra Fun Projects.
Note/Phone Home.


Students' Responsibilities:

  • Only the teacher dismisses students after the room is clean, organized and quiet.
  • Remain quiet when the teacher or a student is speaking.
  • Share art only during art walk, art share time, or when asked by the teacher so as not to interrupt instruction or work time.
  • Proper care and use of all tools and materials are expected; clean all materials and return to their proper locations.
  • Each person is responsible for cleaning his or her work area; including floor, table and sinks.



Rainbow Club Points: 


Students start the day with 5 points and hope to keep the word ART and not earn 0 points by the end of the 30 minute class. Classes can earn the letter “A” at the start (first 2-3 minutes of class) by walking down the hallway and entering the art room quietly. It also includes sitting down immediately and quietly in their assigned seats (1 point).

Students earn “R” during the middle of class time for following all classroom rules; quietly working, raising hands and taking turns speaking (no blurting), and using art supplies responsibly (2 points).

Students earn “T” at the end of class for cleaning up immediately when asked, putting all supplies away properly, and lining up quietly when colored table is called (1 point). If class keeps all 3 letters “ART”, the class then receives a bonus point for a total of 5 Rainbow Club points at the end of art class. The total number of points is recorded in my white binder on my desk at the back of the room. Look under the tab “Rainbow Club”.

Once a class looses a letter, I flip it over to show a sad face on the back. If you feel students entered the room quietly and went straight to their seats, you can keep the “A” and not flip it over.

Each month will have two rainbow club “free” days in art (1 blue day and 1 white day) at the end of the month. Whatever level that class has reached will be the choices that class has for their “free” day in art. For example, if 1C only reaches green at the end of September on rainbow club “free” day, this class may only choose free projects from the green, yellow, orange and red strips of the rainbow. Because 1C only reached green, their class may NOT choose any items from the blue or purple areas of the rainbow. Although, if 1C reached purple on the rainbow chart with 30 points total, than 1C may choose any or all of the items from the rainbow club list.