4. Conduct

Behavior Targets for Learning


Levels of Mastery

(3) Proficient

“You got it!”

(2) Approaching

“Almost got it!”

(1) Needs support

“Not quite yet…”

Student has fully demonstrated proficiency and skill application of the outcomes for the particular target for this point in the school year.

Student has demonstrated partial proficiency of the expected skills. Partial development indicates progress with gaps in understanding or perhaps certain misconceptions.

Student has demonstrated little or no evidence of proficiency or outcomes; has large gaps in understanding or application and is able to show success only with significant adult assistance.


Demonstrate Respect for Others

Respect school staff

Comply immediately with adult requests without argument or complaint

Treat others the way you want to be treated

Refrain from laughing at others’ mistakes, using sarcasm, or put-downs

Be honest with words and actions

Work and play cooperatively

Use school-appropriate language


Demonstrate Self-Control

Keep hands, feet, and objects to self

Speak or converse at permissible times

Transition appropriately throughout the building

Comply with hallway procedures

Follow safety expectations


Demonstrate Responsibility

Treat all property with care and respect

Accept responsibility for own behavior

Use technology responsibly


Demonstrate Readiness to Learn

Complete and turn in assigned classwork on time

Focus attention on teacher instruction, classroom lessons, and assigned work

Exhibits organizational and time management skills

Actively participate in class assignments or projects

Remain in designated area