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Abused Privileges
Need to get a handle on students who are constantly asking for hall passes? Ms. Romo's tip can help you get the "abusers" to reduce their repeated requests.
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Bathroom Duckies
Ms. Litchenberg got tired of students taking her passes to the bathroom and accidentally dropping them in the toilet or the sink. Gross! Here’s a simple, germ-free solution that helps her know at a glance who’s in the restroom.
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Block Scheduling as Safety Measure
Ms. Ratzlaff has some tips for school safety that your school may not have considered. Read about how her school is implementing these ideas and see if they can work for you.
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Dry Erase Board Hall Pass
No need to keep writing hall passes on little slips of paper. Here’s a permanent pass that can be changed easily each time a student leaves the room.
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Duplicate Passes
To prevent dawdling in the hallways, Ms. Hayes developed a system for using hall passes that improves communication between teachers and holds students more accountable. It’s not very popular with students, but teachers love it – so it must work well!
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Hall Passes by Students
Ms. Granger couldn’t afford to spend so much class time writing hall passes, so she came up with this alternative plan. Her procedure for hall passes is student-driven and non-disruptive. Learn how she does it.
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Monitoring Hall Passes
To address the problem of students using passes too frequently or to monitor the use of passes, Ms. Coleman's school employs these tips.
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Name Badges Make Good Hall Passes
Ms. Wells attends a number of state meetings and has found a great re-use for all the name badges she's received: happ passes! Best of all, if there is every question or issue about a child who is in the hallway, her name is on the pass!
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Re-establishing Routines
When the school year begins, Ms. Hunter's colleagues establish procedures for the hallway, lunchroom, bathroom, etc. The routines are re-established and rotated as well - read more about Ms. Hunter's tip, here.
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School-Wide Hall Pass Policy
Here's a great tip from Mr. McCormick that has greatly reduced the number of wanderers in his school's hallways.
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