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Disclipline - Punch System
Grade Level(s): 4
Submitted by: Tracey Jardine

When a student is behaving badly, I say to them, "Give me your punch card" When they walk up, I get my hole punch, place a punch on they're card, write what it was for, the date and then put it away. If they get a 100% on an Accelarated Reader test, spelling test, or any other test, I give them a sticker, and that represents that the last punch that they got is covered up. Let's say it's September (the beginning of the year) and the # of punches to get is 10 punches. If they get 10 or more punches, they can not go to the free time at the end of the week. (Every other week)



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