All Rockets are expected to follow five rules in the classroom. When misbehavior does occur, the student writes the number of the rule that was broken on the student's Weekly Behavior Sheet. For example, if a student is talking during class work time, the student is not following Rule #1: Work quietly. The student will be asked to write down a number 1 in the space for that day on the Weekly Behavior Sheet.
At the end of the day, if there are no marks on the Behavior Sheet, the student receives a stamp for the day.
Because no one is perfect and everyone deserves a second chance, there is no consequence for the first number per day written on the Weekly Behavior Sheet. If, however, a student must write down more than one number in a day, the student will lose 5 minutes of recess.
Three rules broken in one day is considered a demerit, and the student will lose 2 points from the Nine Weeks Conduct grade. Students can also lose 2 points from the Nine Weeks Conduct grade if they have written a number every day during the week.
Severe behavior such as fighting will result in an automatic demerit and a deduction from the Conduct grade.
Because Work Habits are also a part of the Conduct grade, failure to turn in homework will result in an automatic demerit after the first Nine Weeks.