Chi Behavior Plan

Thomas County Middle School

 Chi Team Behavior Plan


Ms. Cook, Mrs. Manard, Mrs. Pope, Mrs. Love, Coach Massey


In the classroom:

  • I will show my teacher that I’m ready to learn.

  • I will follow directions.

  • I will take pride in my environment and the tools I use.

  • I am part of my classroom community, and I will pitch in to help.

  •  I will get my teachers attention appropriately (raise hand, use signal, etc.).

  •  I will be respectful and make positive choices.

In the hallway:

  • I will walk in the hallway and always stay to the right.

  •  I will remain quiet when walking in line.

  •  I will be respectful of others and school property.

In the restroom:

  • I will respect others, school property, and instruction time.

  • I will not  leave a mess behind.

  • I will wash my hands for 20 seconds.

In the cafeteria:

  • I will stay in my seat and raise my hand for help.

  • I will use an inside voice.

  • I will walk at all times.

  • I will keep my hands, feet, and objects to myself.

  • I will clean up after myself.

On the playground

  • I will play with equipment appropriately.

  •  I will stay visible at all times, and ask for permission to leave the playground.


Show Respect &  Make good choices!                    

Positive Consequences

We appreciate and acknowledge students who exhibit desired behaviors. Students will have opportunities to earn classroom incentives for demonstrating positive behaviors. 

  • Classdojo will be used to award individual students for positive behavior. 

  • Students will receive positive points daily depending on the number of marks earned.

  • A class store will be available for students to buy items with their Classdojo points.

  • A class reward will be given for every 1,000 points. 


Corrective Consequences

We discourage inappropriate behavior in our school and classrooms. The following guidelines will be followed for discouraging inappropriate behaviors:

  • If a student does not follow one of our school or classroom expectations, then he/she will receive a verbal warning and will be re-taught the desired behavior.

  •  If a student does not correct after verbal warning, then the student will receive a negative mark.  Three or more negative marks per day will lead to a Classroom Discipline Report (Level B) which will be sent home to the parent. A parent contact will be made after three marks are received in one day. 

  • The consequences for a Level B include: lunch detention or time out.

  • Five Level Bs that occur over the course of a quarter or one severe offense will result in an office referral. All office referrals will be sent to the office to be seen by the principal. Consequences will be administered by the principal.

  • Please refer to Student Code of Conduct matrix in Student Handbook