IR²

WFC Motivation System

Respect – Integrity – Responsibility

At Walter Fitzgerald we promote Responsibility, Integrity and Respect (IR²).  As a campus we follow these expectations and students earn points for exhibiting these skills throughout the school day.  Staff uses the matrix below and points are earned based on student performance in class.  Points earned add up every two weeks and with them the students earn rewards like free hot lunches, field trips, outings and privileges around the building.

We use the following matrix in every class.

Responsibility Integrity Respect
1 States what is expected and takes action at least 15% of the time. Demonstrates accountability for commitments and responsibilities at least 15% of the time. Shows care and kindness to others (students & staff) in the school community (including property) at least 15% of the time.
2 States what is expected and takes appropriate actions 60% of the time. Demonstrates accountability for commitments and responsibilities 60% of the time. Shows care and  kindness to others (students & staff) in the school community (including property) at least 60% of the time.
3 Does what is expected and does what is stated at least 90% of the time. Is accountable and responsible for commitments at least 90% of the time. Treats others (students & staff) in the school community (including property) with care and kindness at least 90% of the time.

 


Updated daily

Students can earn a total of 45 or 54 points each day (9 points a period).

Students are encouraged to talk with their teachers about the points they are earning or not earning in their classes and calculate their points daily on their cards.

At the end of each day they “check out” with their advisory teacher and review their points for the day and/or set goals for tomorrow.

 

Please check out our IR² packet for more information IR2 handout

 

The WFC way..  
   
1.  Communicate with positive intent (honest and sensitive).
   
2.  Participate in learning with positive and appropriate words and actions.
   
3.  Seek ways to make a positive difference in the world.
   
4.  Show kindness to others in the school community.
   
5.  Keep the school safe (drug, weapon and alcohol free).
   
6.  Be accountable for responsibilities and commitments.
   
7.  Attend class prepared and punctually with a good attitude.
   
8.  Communicate with positive and respectful language.
   
9.  Work to demonstrate effort to succeed.  
   
10.  Dream big and work to achieve those dreams.