Lamoine Consolidated School has set high, but reasonable expectations for student behavior.  Our new Honor Level System recognizes and celebrates our students who consistently strive to meet those expectations.  What is the Honor Level System?

The Honor Level System is an incentive system designed to recognize students for good behavior.  An emphasis is placed on teaching students to be responsible for their own actions.  The ultimate goal of this system is to build an atmosphere where students strive to be responsible citizens.  The incentives for appropriate behaviors will be intangible rewards such as field trips, assemblies, special events, and privileges.  This system is directly connected  to the school’s discipline procedures and policies, as well as our extra-curricular code. 

Inappropriate behaviors result in a series of progressive consequences appropriate for each grade level.  

Honor Level Procedures


Infractions are divided into two main categories - Responsibility and Respect

Responsibility infractions are issued for organizational reasons.  These are 1 point infractions.

They include failure to:

 Respect infractions deal primarily with student behavior that is unacceptable and/or disrespectful to others or the school.  These types of behaviors are assigned a point value up to 5.  They include failure to:

How does it work?

When issued an infraction slip, students are asked to sign the slip.  This way, the students know that they will be assigned a consequence and the appropriate number of infraction points.  Infraction points are doubled when assigned by a substitute.  A computerized system records the infractions, places the students in the correct Honor Level.  Students will be expected to serve the consequence on the next school day.

Minor infractions will result in 1 infraction point.  

Major infractions warrant an immediate consequence, will result in an automatic office referral, and points will be assigned according to the severity of the behavior.

Consequences for Infractions

# of points = Consequences

1  =  Reflection Sheet

2   =   Reflection Sheet + Lunch detention

3   =   Reflection Sheet + Lunch detention

4   =   After School Detention

5   =   After School Detention

6   =   Parent meeting +  Administrative Action

Getting Back to Honor Level Gold

The Honor level System is forgiving.  If a student earns infraction slips and drops to a lower Honor Level, they can move up one Honor Level in 14 calendar days IF they do not earn another infraction. They can also earn community service points to counter infraction points.  A list of possible community service opportunities will be posted in classrooms.

Now for the Fun part!

Honor Level Privileges, Rewards & Incentives


Impromptu Rewards

might include:

Challenges and Long-Term Incentives

might include:

**We welcome reward and incentive suggestions from parents and students!