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5347 Benton Rd.     Paducah, KY 42003
Phone: 270-538-4000
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Positive Behavior Program
The following FLASH rules are guidelines for success for all students in all areas of our school building as well as on school buses and during field trips.  If students will follow these simple guidelines at all times, they will be successful across all settings.
 
F- Follow directions
L- Line up quickly and quietly
A- Always be responsible and prepared
S- Show respect to others and be accountable for your actions
H- Hands, feet, and objects to yourself
 
The staff of Hendron Lone Oak Elementary feels so fortunate to have the opportunity to be a positive influence in the lives of your children, and we are so excited to share with you our new discipline strategy that we believe will continue to promote positive behavior in our school.  As with any change, it will take time for staff and students to adjust to this new system.  We will continue with our GUIDELINES FOR SUCCESS (Flash Rules), but students will no longer “move a flash” when they make the choice to not follow these expectations.  Teachers will be utilizing a clip chart in which students will move their clip down when they do not follow the flash rules but will have the opportunity to move up the chart as they consistently demonstrate appropriate behavior.   The chart is broken down into seven sections and all students will start in the middle on READY TO LEARN.  This chart will be in each of our classrooms.
 
OUTSTANDING
 
GREAT JOB
 
GOOD JOB
 
READY TO LEARN
 
THINK ABOUT IT
 
TEACHER’S CHOICE  (loss of 1/2 recess, time out partner, etc.)
 
PARENT CONTACT (minor discipline referral, loss of recess)
 
The following ebook also gives you a visual of this system.
 
 
HLOE will continue to search for innovative ways to “MAKE IT MATTER” for our families and community.  Please do not hesitate to ask any staff if you have questions about this new system as we grow and learn together.  
 
Smiley Faces
 
Entire classes will be working to earn smiley faces this year.  Smiley faces are given out by school staff (teachers, administrators, etc.) to classes they see following the FLASH rules.  It's important for every student to be following the FLASH rules in order for your class to earn a smiley face.  Smiley face tallies are kept in the third grade hallway, showing how many smiley faces each class has earned.  When classes reach a certain smiley face count they have the opportunity to earn rewards like extra recess.
 
MVP Awards
 
MVP Awards are given by homeroom teachers to students who show exceptional behavior.  These students must follow all the FLASH rules and show their teacher outstanding behavior inside and outside of the classroom.  Each semester MVPs are taken on a reward trip to celebrate their great behavior!
 
Ready to Learn and Above
 
Each month students who have not had to clip down will have their names sent in.  Each classrooms' friends that stayed on ready to learn or clipped up are photographed and these photos can be seen in the front hallway.  At the end of the year the students who have never clipped down will have a special treat!
 
CHAMPs Jobs
 
Third grade students have a great opportunity at HLOE.  Each fall students apply for different CHAMPs jobs in our building.  These jobs range from helping in different classrooms, assisting Mr. Bobby after lunch, helping set out chairs for assemblies, and so many more important jobs around our school.  Students are then assigned to different jobs from their applications.  Students will work at these jobs all year and will be "paid" in the spring.  Supervisors fill out job report cards evaluating how hard their student worker worked.  Students are then "paid" in bonus bucks to use at the bonus buck auction held at the end of school.  At the auction students get to spend their bonus bucks on prizes that range from a mountain bike to a whoopie cushion.  This is a great way for students to learn hard work and dedication and see it pay off in the end!
McCracken County Schools
District Office
5347 Benton Rd. Paducah, KY 42003
Phone: 270-538-4000
Nondiscrimination Statement
Students, their families, employees, and potential employees of McCracken County Schools are hereby notified that the McCracken County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital status, sex or disability in employment, vocational programs, or activities set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations. Any persons having inquiries concerning McCracken County Schools™ compliance with Title II, Title VI, Title IX and/or Section 504 may contact: Director of Special Education and/or Director of Personnel and/or Director of Pupil Personnel, 5347 Benton Road, Paducah, KY 42003, (270) 538-4000. The McCracken County School System offers the following career and technical programs for all students regardless of race, color, national origin, including those with limited English proficiency, sex or disability in grades 9-12: Agriculture, Business and Office Technology, Technology and Pre-Engineering. Persons seeking further information concerning the career and technical education offerings and specific pre-requisite criteria should contact: Mr. Michael Ceglinski, Principal of McCracken County High School, 6530 New Highway 60 West, Paducah, KY 42001, 270-538-4300, Michael.ceglinski@mccracken.kyschools.us. To obtain this information in a language other than English, call 270-538-4000.
504/ADA | Director of Special Education and/or Director of Personnel
5347 Benton Road
Paducah, KY 42003
(270) 538-4000
Title IX | Director of Pupil Personnel
5347 Benton Road
Paducah, KY, 42003
(270) 538-4000
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5347 Benton Road
Paducah, KY 42003
phone:  270-538-4000
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