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Behavior Supports

Counselor Kim Bond

Behavior Supports

Kim Bond, Counselor

Before joining the Bellflower Unified School District, I worked in Tampa, Florida for eight years as a middle school home economics teacher and ‚Äča middle school counselor. I earned a bachelor's degree in home economics education from Western Kentucky University and a master's degree in school counseling from Webster University. I attended K-12 in the Bellflower Unified School District, attending Thomas Jefferson and Bellflower High School. I became a school counselor because I have a passion for helping students make good choices and motivating them to see their highest potential. I am so proud to be part of the Lindstrom staff and hope to make a difference in many student's lives.

Lindstrom Behaviori Expectation Matrix

 

Location

 

 

Respectful

 

 

Only My Best

 

 

Always Be Safe

 

 

Responsible

 

 

All Settings

 

 

Follow Adult instructions the first time.

Treat others the way you want to be treated.

Use kind words and actions.

Respect personal space.

 

 

Always give best effort.

Follow all school and classroom rules.

 

 

Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.

Ask permission to leave the setting.

 

 

Accept responsibility.

Place trash in trash cans.

 

 

Classrooms

 

 

Raise hand for help or to speak.

Use inside voice.

Listen while others are speaking.

Treat personal and school property with care.

Follow classroom rules.

Follow adult instructions the first time.

 

 

Ask for help when needed.

complete work with best effort.

 

 

Walk

Use materials appropriately.

Only be in the classroom when a school staff member is there.

 

 

Have materials ready.

Keep desk and papers organized.

Stay in your seat.

Complete and turn in on time all classwork/homework.

Return all parent communication.

 

 

Playground

 

 

Include others in play and conversations.

Wait patiently for your turn.

Follow adult instructions the first time.

 

 

Follow the rules of the game.

Show good sportsmanship.

 

 

Stay in boundaries where adults can see you.

Use equipment properly.

Only run in areas where it is allowed.

Stay out of the P.E. bin.

Tell an adult if someone is or could get hurt.

 

 

Freeze and down then the bell rings, then wait for the signal from the teacher.

Line up quickly and quietly.

Return playground equipment to correct classroom.

Use the restroom and get a drink before the bell.

Eat only at the benches.

 

 

Bathroom

 

 

Value privacy.

Value property.

Throw all trash in trash cans.

Use quite voices.

Only use student restrooms.

Follow adult instructions the first time.

 

 

You are only there o use the restroom.

Take care of your business quickly and return to class.

 

 

Keep water in the sink and toilet.

Walk when entering and exiting.

 

 

Flush toilets and turn off sinks.

Wash hands with soap and water.

Report vandalism, unsanitary, and unsafe conditions to an adult.

 

 

Hallways

 

 

Walk silently so you do not distrub learning.

Show consideration for classrooms that are learning.

Follow adult instructions the first time.

 

 

Walk to where you need to go in a timely manner.

 

 

Always walk.

Be aware anbd watch where you are going.

Face forward.

Keep a safe distance away from doors.

Hands behind back or at side.

Only be in the hallways when given permission.

 

 

Hang bags or backpacks neatly only after morning flag salute.

Remain in your place in line.

 

 

Cafeteria

 

 

Wait your turn.

Use table manners.

Use indoor voices.

Throw trash in trash cans.

Follow adult instructions the first time.

 

 

Eat your own food.

Say "please" and "thank you".

Wait to be excused.

 

 

Always walk.

Stay seated.

Only be in the cafeteria if a staff member is there.

 

 

Know your lunch number.

Clean up your area.

Try not to waste food.

 

 

Lab & Library

 

 

Keep food and drinks outside.

Use inside voice.

Treat equipment and materials with care.

Hands on your own computer.

Leave computer desktop as is.

Follow adult instructions the first time.

 

 

Ask for help when needed.

Complete assigned tasks in a timely manner.

 

 

Only be in the library or computer labs when a staff member is there.

Always walk.

Push in chairs.

Remain seated.

 

 

Use a shelf marker.

Bring books on library day.

Put books back where they belong.

Clean up space.

Know your password.

 

 

Bus

 

 

Wait in line.

Value property.

Follow adult instructions the first time.

 

 

Be a good role model for others.

 

 

Stay in your seat.

Use quiet voices

Keep body and belongings inside the bus.

Stay on the sidewalk when walking to and from the bus.

 

 

Be on time.

Watch for your stop.

 

 

Flag Salute

 

 

Look and listen to the presenter.

Voice off.

Follow adult instructions the first time.

 

 

Be an active listener.

Participate when asked.

 

 

Stay in your line.

 

 

Take all belongings with you to class.

Stand in your line with your class only.

Walk to class with your class only.

Be in line by the second bell.

 

 

Assemblies

 

 

Look and listen to the presenter.

Voice off.

Respond appropriately to show appreciation.

Follow adult instructions the first time.

 

 

Be an active listener.

Participate when asked.

 

 

Keep seated.

Keep aisles clear.

Always walk.

Enter and exit in an orderly manner.

 

 

Take all personal belongings with you when you leave.