The first lesson being taught this year in our Respectful Rocket School Wide Behavior Program is KHFOOTY.  The acronym is a fun and easy way to teach all students to keep their hands, feet and other objects to themselves.  Before school started, several of our 4th and 5th grade Student Council members came to school for a morning to work on a video to teach this concept. What's better than kids (who are leaders) teaching all of our kids.  They worked in small groups to create their teaching point.  Special thanks goes to Mrs. Monahan, our Student Council sponsor, as well as Mrs. Soller and Mrs. Caughlan for offering their rehearsal and directing skills.  

Please watch the video with your students and reinforce the importance of this skill.  Here is the link to the video: KHFOOTY Video 

Everyday for the first 24 days of school, a lesson from the Respectful Rocket behavior matrix will be taught.  Follow us on Twitter @RCERockets to stay in touch with the lesson of the day and to talk with your student about how they meet these expectations at school, at home and in the community.  For more information on Respectful Rockets, please click here: