Comprehensive Discipline Plan
Twinfield Union School's Guiding Expectations
Take care of yourself
Understand each other
Safely learn together
(See matrix of behavior expectations)
Twinfield Union School staff members are expected to respond to positive and negative student behaviors according to the following levels of responses. Children cannot be expected to exhibit behaviors that they haven’t been taught. For most students, the fact that this set of steps exists will be all they need to be successful. Once expectations are taught, they will work hard to discipline themselves and adult intervention will be minimal.
Twinfield Union School's philosophy of child behavior education and discipline includes: