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Encinal Lunch and Recess Reminders
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Lunch and recess expectations are reviewed in all classrooms in order to ensure a safe and happy lunch period.áPosters with visual cues are presented to remind the children of rules and procedures.
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Encinal students are polite and well behaved; however, they occasionally need reminders and a chance to calm down before returning to play. Children who behave unsafely will sit in a time out section. Yard supervisors will notify teachers and the office staff via our incident report form and teachers will follow up with phone calls to parents.
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Be respectful to others, our school and to nature.
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Lunch Procedures
  • Bring everything you need for lunch.
  • Sit at your assigned table.
  • Keep your bottom on the bench and feet on the ground.
  • Raise your hand if you need permission to use the bathroom or get a drink.
  • Wait for the yard supervisor to dismiss you.
  • Clean up your own trash/compostables after you are dismissed.
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Recess Rules
  • Play only in supervised, visible areas (no hiding).
  • Allow everyone to play.
  • Climb only play structure equipment (not fences or trees)
  • Leave grass, tanbark, sticks and rocks on the ground
  • Ask an adult for help if you think you need to go to the office.
  • Keep hands and feet to yourself (no fighting, kicking, grabbing, etc.)
  • Use appropriate language (no swearing or put downs)
  • Stay in bounds. Out of Bounds: beyond the track on TERC property, courtyards, walkways, classrooms without an adult, hallways, bushes and trees around fences, garden, parking lots or areas beyond the 4 square courts next to Middlefield
  • Follow school rules.
Equipment Rules
  • Go down the slide, one at a time
  • Hang on the bars (never stand or sit on top), no cherry drops
  • Use jump ropes for jumping only
  • Use balls for bouncing or tossing (never hitting people)
  • a swing turn consists of 50 complete swings (back and forth once is a complete swing)
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