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Student Expectations

Arroyo's Positive Behavior Expectations

Be Mustang Strong
Kind Safe Responsible
  • Use only teacher-approved websites, apps, and tools
  • Use internet safety rules
  • Tell an adult if concerned
  • Treat hardware with care
  • Follow web etiquette
  • Keep device settings
Computer Cart
  • Use kind words online
  • Quietly signal for help
  • Leave space tidy
  • Follow internet safety rules
  • Log out
  • Treat hardware with care
  • Follow web etiquette
  • Keep screen settings
  • Use quiet voices
  • Be prepared
  • Enter and exit CALMLY
  • Leave space tidy and clean
  • Listen attentively
  • Use time and e-tools wisely
  • Return books on time
  • Greet others
  • Be mindful of other's learning
  • Body and objects to self
  • Be calm
  • Respect others
  • WALK promptly to destination
  • Have pass with you
  • Hang up all belongings
Lunch Area
  • Be polite while eating
  • Be polite while waiting to be dismissed
  • Listen to ALL adults
  • Sit properly
  • Keep body and food to self
  • WALK
  • Eat in assigned area
  • Remain seated until dismissed
  • Leave space tidy and clean
  • Take turns and share
  • Be kind in words
  • Include others
  • Be a problem solver
  • Be kind
  • Seek solutions
  • Listen to ALL adults
  • Stay in assigned areas
  • WALK on blacktop
  • Use equipment correctly
  • Take care of personal needs BEFORE the bell rings
  • Follow playground rules
  • Respond to whistles and bells
  • Quiet voice when playtime ends
  • Wait your turn patiently
  • Respect others' privacy
  • Use kind words
  • Use restroom quickly
  • Keep water in the sink
  • Keep body to self
  • Wash hands
  • Keep area tidy and clean
  • Wash and dry hands
  • Report problems to an adult
Multi-Purpose Room
  • Use kind words
  • Listen to ALL adults
  • Think quietly
  • Keep body and objects to self
  • Enter and exit calmly
  • Be an active listener
  • Remain seated
  • Face the speaker
Waiting Areas
  • Use kind words and body
  • Wait calmly
  • Be ready
  • Keep backpack closed
  • Keep body and objects to self
  • Stay in waiting area
  • Eyes on cars
  • Go promptly to waiting area
  • Sit or stand in one place
  • Listen to ALL adults
  • Follow directions


“Go” For Outstanding Attendance!
The Tustin Unified School District (TUSD) is partnering with Data Impressions & Microsoft to highlight students who model outstanding attendance. Data Impressions and Microsoft have generously donated 30 Microsoft Surface Go (or similar) devices to continue the TUSD attendance incentive program into a fifth year!  One computer will be given away at the end of the school year at every school site in TUSD. All students who maintain outstanding daily attendance at TUSD’s schools will have a chance to win!  
Program Details/Rules/Eligibility: 
  • All participants in the program must be students who attend one of TUSD’s thirty schools in the current school year.
  • To be eligible for an entry in the lottery, a student must have a “outstanding” daily attendance throughout the year.
  • The only absences that will keep a student eligible for the drawing will be school business absences (school related field trips, athletics, activities) or religious affiliated absences.  Discipline related absences including excessive tardiness to class or school (more than 6 total instances) or a suspension of any kind would disqualify a student from the drawing.  
  • A list of students who remain eligible for the drawing will be available in the main office at each school end of each quarter.  A final list of eligible students will be posted in the main office or attendance office of each school one week prior to the drawing.  It is the student’s responsibility to monitor their own eligibility and to resolve any discrepancies with the school attendance office/main office at least three days prior to the drawing.
  • Drawings for the donated devices will take place at each school site beginning in May.  Each winning student will receive their device from their Principal following the drawing at their school.