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Here at Hudson Elementary our students show Pride everywhere. Here are some of the examples of how we show pride in our school:

 Boy washing handBathroom Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Use quiet voices

R-Respect

Conserve toilet paper, paper towels, water and soap
Be quick

I-Integrity

Keep restroom clean

D-Do your best

Wash your hands
Keep soap and water in the sink
Keep towels off the floor
Flush the toilet

E-Everybody belongs

Respect space and privacy of others


Classroom imageClassroom Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Be a positive role model
Appreciate the opportunity to learn

R-Respect

Use all equipment and supplies properly
Use only kind and respectful words with each other and teachers
Use appropriate tone of voice
Take care of yourself, others and your school

I-Integrity

Make good choices
Report anything unsafe to an adult
Follow dress code
Take pride in your work
Stay on task

D-Do your best

Listen carefully to directions
Come prepared to learn
Arrive on time

E-Everybody belongs

Accept differences
All opinions and ideas of classmates and teachers are valued

 Hallway scene Hallway Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Use kind words and quiet voices at all times
Greet others with a smile

R-Respect

Allow others to have personal space
WALK on the right side of the hallway (like traffic)

I-Integrity

Get to your destination on time without distracting others

D-Do your best

Quickly complete your task and return to class

E-Everybody belongs

Respect student work in the hallways
Keep hands and feet to yourself


 cafeteria kids imageCafeteria Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Have school appropriate conversations
Use your table manners

R-Respect

Report spills and keep area clean
Use quiet voices

I-Integrity

Make healthy choices
Raise hand to talk to an adult

D-Do your best

Wait your turn in line

E-Everybody belongs

Include students who may sit alone

 


 

Children swinging Playground Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Have fun!
Have good sportsmanship

R-Respect

Use the equipment for its intended purpose
Walk on sidewalk
Keep clothes clean and free of mud, water and snow
Listen and follow adults’ directions

I-Integrity

Return equipment to appropriate place
Play by the rules
Keep rocks on the ground

D-Do your best

Line up quickly, quietly and in classroom lines
Play safely

E-Everybody belongs

Share all equipment
Appreciate differences
Everybody plays
You bring, you share

 


 

 Boy at bus stopBus Stop Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Keep voices at a reasonable level
Accept consequences
Have school appropriate conversations
Use manners (please, thank you, excuse me)

R-Respect

Keep your hands, feet and all other belongings to yourself
Model appropriate behavior

I-Integrity

Follow safety procedures and all bus rules

D-Do your best

Keep bus stop clean
Be on time
Follow bus drivers’ requests
Line up safely
Stay in your bus line

E-Everybody belongs

Help all students

 


 

 Children walkingWalkers Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Obey crossing guards

R-Respect

Walk at all times
Walk your bike and/or skateboards on school grounds

I-Integrity

Cross at the cross walks
Use the sideway
Stay off of railroad tracks

D-Do your best

Avoid strangers
Walk straight home
Watch for cars

E-Everybody belongs

Use kind language when talking with peers



 

Children sitting Assemblies Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Use appropriate applause to show appreciation

R-Respect

Follow ready signal
Keep hands and feet to self
Sit criss-cross applesauce

I-Integrity

Take pride in your behavior

D-Do your best

Listen, watch and pay attention

E-Everybody belongs

Respect the presenter and audience

 


 

Field trip bus Field Trip Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Be a positive role model in the community as you represent
yourself and Hudson Elementary
Learn something new

R-Respect

Clean up after yourself
Use your manners
Be polite and respectful to others

I-Integrity

Follow the rules of the location

D-Do your best

Show the upmost respect to the place you are visiting
School rules still apply on the field trip
Stay with your assigned group

E-Everybody belongs

Listen to adults
Help your classmates

 


 

Computer kids imageComputer/Library Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Select appropriate reading
materials and websites

R-Respect

Keep all chairs pushed in
Treat all equipment appropriately
Use whisper voices

I-Integrity

Stay on task
Use your time wisely

D-Do your best

Return materials on time
Return materials you are NOT using to their appropriate places

E-Everybody belongs

Helps others when needed


Summer/Calendar Home/Summer Expectations

P-Positive Attitude

Thank those who help you
Learn a new hobby
Be safe in everything you do
Behave in a way that shows pride in your school and family

R-Respect

Clean up after yourself
Do your chores and things asked by your parents
Use kind words
Ask politely for help

I-Integrity

Help community members
Be a good role model
Practice reading, writing and math daily
Complete your homework on time

D-Do your best

Make healthy choices
Take care of yourself physically, mentally and emotionally
Get your backpack together the night before
Get up on time
Get 8-9 hours of sleep
Eat breakfast

E-Everybody belongs

Hang out with neighborhood kids
Be kind to yourself and other family members