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What are class meetings and why should I have them?

Class meetings are discussions facilitated by the teacher that are intended to build class cohesion and community, teach positive behaviors, and help students understand their role in creating a positive school culture.

Class meetings are generally 15-20 minutes long for elementary students and 20-25 minutes for older students.  It’s recommended that elementary teachers hold them at least once a week and high school teachers at least twice a month.

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Conflict Resolution
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Give Your Best
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How do you want to be remembered?
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