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BEST Behavior

 
Quail Valley has adopted a school wide, classroom management, and individual student support plan based on the Positive Behavioral Support (PBS) approach.  The goal of BEST Behavior is to assist in the academic achievement and healthy social development of our students in a safe environment that is conducive to learning. Our entire school staff has committed to the following Behavioral Expectations for all students:
  • Be Safe         
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Responsible
All Quail Valley students will receive direct instruction of expected behaviors to increase their ability to function in all common school areas as well as in the classroom.  Through this system of supports our students will be able to focus on their academic achievement.
 
Personal Integrity

What is personal integrity?  It is having a set of standards for yourself and living up to them.

 

Respect for Yourself

You are unique!  Elementary school is a time when you will discover new interests.  You will find that you do well at some things, and you'll feel good if you put out your best effort at all times.  Sometimes you may feel you are making too many mistakes, but by developing your special talents, you can arrive at a greater feeling of self-worth.

 

Respect for Others

Were you aware that the way you treat other people is a mirror of what you think of yourself?  If you are friendly and treat others with courtesy, you can show you have a good image of yourself.  On the other hand, if you sarcastically put others down, very often you are trying to cover up your own feelings of inferiority.  Don't be afraid to show consideration and kindness; it may be returned to you.  Inappropriate displays of affection are not permitted.

 

Pride in your Work

Take pride in your work at school.  Do your own work.  When you do not understand something, ask the teacher or your parents for help. Copying someone else's paper is a waste of time and is dishonest.  Any kind of cheating is a kind of personal dishonesty, such as:

·         Giving help on a test

·         Receiving help on a test

·         Using cheat sheets or answers written on a desk, etc. during a test.

·         Copying someone else's homework.

·         Allowing your homework to be copied.

·         Turning in someone else's work as your own.

Believe it or not, people who accomplish the most in this world are not necessarily the smartest, most handsome, or the richest.  The biggest winners are those who are persistent!  They set goals for themselves and keep working until they reach them.  Even when it gets rough, they keep trying!


 
 
Last Modified on June 27, 2013