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Abused Privileges
It seems that my students constantly want passes so now each of my students may only have three passes every nine weeks. Each time they use a pass, I mark it on the list next to their name. After thei...
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Bathroom Chips
My students seem to need to go the bathroom all the time. I give each student a poker chip called a bathroom chip with the student's number written on it. I also make a chart of designated bathroom pa...
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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
Our School Improvement Committee came up with a plan several years ago. We have block scheduling, which cuts down on the number of times a day a student can change classes and get into trouble. We hav...
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Dry Erase Board Hall Pass
I use a small dry erase board as a hall pass. I ran across one at a discount store that was designed to be hung on a doorknob, so it has a hole at the top that becomes a handle for the student carryin...
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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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Hanging Communication Pockets
I went out and bought an inexpensive 24-pocket shoe hanging organizer. I wrote each student's name on a calendar cutout figure or themed card and put the cards into the pocket fronts, either arranging...
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Monitoring Hall Passes
To address the problem of students using passes too frequently or to monitor the use of passes, our school uses a student 'pass book' that provides duplicates of the passes to be kept in the office sh...
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Name Badges Make Good Hall Passes
As an Association leader, I attend a number of state meetings. I have found a use for all the name badges I have received. I re-use them in my classroom as hall passes! On the back of each pass I writ...
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