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Do you send a weekly behavior report home with all of your students? Yes? No? If so, what kind of report do you use? TIA

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Daffodil 08-25-2018 04:48 AM

We send daily reports. Most of the kids get a smiley face or tiny sticker each day. It boils down to a few that make poor choices, so really only writing in a few, if any, each day. It's great documentation for conduct grades, too.

EllaKate 08-21-2018 08:28 PM

I use a monthly calendar that has "codes" at the bottom that I got off TPT. I've used it for the past three years and really like it.

I stamp their calendar each night (well, my student helper does) with a smiley stamp if they had a good day. Each "behavior" has a code - let's a "9" is "misbehaved in specials." I'd write in the box "Art - throwing paint." This way the parents know what's going on each day. It literally takes less than ten minutes to stamp all the folders.

MAMASUZE 08-19-2018 04:50 PM

I agree with Earth Monkey, if parents need a daily report they will ask for one. I have 24 students with 9 of those sped. I don't have time during the day to even go to the bathroom must less fill out a behavior chart.

EarthMonkey 08-15-2018 07:55 PM

No, I do not use a report for the children on behavior. The only way I use such is for specific children who need a bit of extra support.

Parents usually have a pretty good idea of how the kid is doing and the kid knows for sure how they are doing.

raelyn 08-13-2018 09:44 AM

I send home a daily Homework/Behavior Sheet for each of my students. It lists each day's homework assignments, school/class events, and each day's special( gym, music, art, ect.) I also have a box for stamping a smiley face-good day, straight face- so-so day or missing homework, and sad face-bad day. The parents sign it each and send it back to school. I also use it to write notes and respond to parent concerns. It's a great way to document and has saved me a few times. I make sure to make a copy or if pressed for time take a picture with my phone when necessary.

Gigi814 08-10-2018 10:42 AM

I use gold tags for behavior management. I bought a packet off of TPT that came with weekly certificates. I fill it in over the weekend and it goes home on Monday. I check off if the student made great choices all week, if their behavior has improved, or if they need to work on something. If I feel a parent needs to know how their child is doing on a daily basis, I use the chart included in the packet or I create something based on the needs of that child.

2teach2 08-09-2018 08:01 PM

I created a half sheet weekly report. it's just a simple insert a table on Word. It has a space for each day's behavior and work completion. If they stayed on green on our clip chart and completed all work, they get two stamps. If they moved a clip or didn't complete work due to playing around, I write a brief explanation in the square. One of my helper jobs is for a student to stamp the weekly reports each day. These reports go home on Thursday and are returned on Friday with a parent signature.

javamomma 08-09-2018 06:46 AM

I have a weekly sheet in each students folder. They color either:
Happy face = great day
Straight face = warning ( my students gave me a ticket)
A space for me to write about behavior incident that may ha e required a notebook sign

3monkeys 08-08-2018 03:10 PM

Do you send a weekly behavior report home with all of your students? Yes? No? If so, what kind of report do you use? TIA

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