Third Grade Procedures
Schedule 8:25-8:50 Morning Work/Arrival
8:55-10:30 Mod 1 (Math/Reading)
10:30-10:50 Recess
11:00-11:50 Specials
11:50-12:50 Mod 2 (Science/S.S./Health)
12:50-1:20 Lunch
1:20-1:35 Journal Review: Daily Grammar Practice
1:35-3:05 Mod 3 (Math/Reading)
3:05-3:10 Dismissal
Oakleigh Code of Conduct Today I will be Respectful,
I will be Responsible, and
I will be Ready to learn!
Behavior Oakleigh Elementary is a PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) school. We have a school wide behavior plan that is followed throughout the entire school day. There are four levels to the behavior plan; purple is the highest level followed by green, yellow, and red. Students start on the green level and are encouraged to move up to the purple level through positive and exceptional actions. If a student is not following the Oakleigh Code of Conduct after being provided with a warning, then he/she will be asked to move down to yellow and will have a five minute time out. If the student’s behavior continues, they will move to part one of the red level. At this stage, the student will take a ten minute time out in the back of the classroom and complete a student/teacher reflection form. This form will be sent home and needs to be signed by the parent/guardian, and then returned the following day. If the behavior still continues, the student will move to part two of the red level and be sent to the office. There are some specific actions that can occur to cause a student to go directly to the office and are listed in the Baltimore County Code of Conduct. Student behavior level will be documented everyday in their agenda and should be looked at each night to insure adequate behavior each day. Lastly, students can be rewarded for good behavior through earning a “Hoot” coupon/stamp. Students are encouraged to collect 3 “Hoots” a day and/or 15 in a week. If students meet the weekly goal, they get to participate in an extra activity and/or receive a prize on Friday afternoons. If students earn 25 “Hoots” a week, they receive a Golden Owl and will be recognized for their great accomplishment. There are also nine week goals, which are rewarded through a school wide activity.
Homework Students will have math, spelling, and reading homework Monday through Thursday night. Math and reading homework will normally be one back and front sheet. You can find the math homework listed under the "homework" section of this website.