R2S2? What's That?
At Reedy Fork, students and staff practice R2S2.
R2S2 stands for:
These are the 4 traits that we have chosen to emphasize at Reedy Fork. Each of these traits has a set of expectations for different areas of the school.
Positive Behavior Intervention Support
Targeted Areas for R2S2
Reedy Fork has defined 8 areas: Hallways, Cafeteria, Dismissal, Restrooms, Playground, Assemblies, Classrooms, and Buses. Below is a list of our R2S2 behaviors in each of the 8 areas:
Classroom: Listen and follow directions immediately; Arrive on time & be prepared for class; Keep hands, feet and objects to self; Use kind words and gestures.
Hallways: Listen and follow directions; Keep hands, feet and objects to self; Walk in a straight line on the right side of the hall; Walk quietly.
Cafeteria:Say Please and Thank You and wait quietly for their meals; Have lunch number and money ready; Clean up after they finish eating; Follow the correct procedures when leaving.
Dismissal:Listen and follow directions, wait for teachers to signal class dismissal; Have all belongings packed and coats on or carried in an appropriate manner; Walk quietly on the right side of the hallway and sidewalk in a single file line.
Bathrooms: Keep restrooms clean; Conserve water and paper towels; Keep water and trash in the right places; Use the restroom quickly, quietly, and then return to class.
Playground: Treat others as we want to be treated; Make sure to wear safe clothing and footwear for playing; Use equipment correctly; Wait your turn on all equipment and avoid rough play.
Assemblies: Be an active listener to speaker and participate in an appropriate manner; Keep hands, feet, and objects in our own personal spaces; Enter and exit by walking quietly in a line; Be prompt in following the “Give me 5” signal.
Buses: Remain seated at all times except to get on or off the bus; Follow the directions of the bus driver; Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself; Talk quietly and only with those in nearby seats.