Louisa-Muscatine Assertive Discipline
Classroom Protocol Spring 2018-19
Handbook protocol is still applicable when appropriate
Assertive Discipline is developing a clear classroom discipline plan that consists of classroom expectations (rules) which students must follow, positive recognition that students will receive for following expectations, and consequences that result when students choose not to follow the rules. These consequences should escalate when a student breaks the rules more than once in a period. But usually the slate starts anew the next day.
At L-M students receive verbal praise, Falcon Cards, and privileges when following expectations. Students receive consequences when not following classroom expectations through a consistent school wide system, which involves the staff, parents, and administration.