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Re: Accommodations for Children and Teens

Figure 1. Sample Daily School Behavior Report Card

A new card is taken to school every day or is given to the child or teen by their first period or home room teacher. The child is to be rated at the end of each class period using the numbered columns below (one per class) as to how they did in the five areas of school performance listed in the far left hand column. Teachers are to use ratings of 1 (excellent), 2 (good), 3 (fair), 4 (poor), 5 (terrible). Each teacher initials the bottom box below their column to protect against forgery. The card can be reviewed with the teen by a school staff member and points can be assigned to each rating for use in buying extra privileges at school. Or, the card can be reviewed by parents at home and the ratings converted to points to be used in purchasing home privileges. Wherever the points are to be award (home or school), a menu of possible rewards should be created.

Subjects:
Class Participation
Performs assigned classwork
Follows class rules
Gets along well with others
Completes home-work assignments

TeacherísInitials
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