© Roland Rogers Elementary School
Good Citizen Program The purpose of this program is to teach good citizen values to students. Values such as: respect, responsiblilty, gratitude, diversity awareness, anti-bullying, togetherness, helpfulness, maturity, honesty and friendship. The purpose is also to recognize students who engage in good citizenship deeds and to teach them the importance of getting along with their peers, and respecting their peers, themselves and adults. Students in grades 4, 5 & 6 will be recognized and selected as Good Citizens by their homeroom teacher(s) on a monthly basis. Every homeroom is asked to select one student a month. Throughout the school year – students will engage in the following activities: Vandalism & violence week recognition activities Writing activity: What makesa Good Citizen? Good Citizen Luncheons Anti-bullying assemblies Spring clean-up good citizen project Multi-cultural / Diversity Awareness Day Criteria for selecting someone being a Good Citizen 1. Student must exhibit one or more of the good citizen values. 2. Student must have been given a good citizen certificate from any faculty or staff member. 3. Student must have been give a good citizen certificate for doing a good deed. 4. If a student received at least TWO disciplinary consequences from the assistant principal, they cannot be selected as a good citizen for that MONTH. Good Citizen Values of the Month September – Respect October – Responsibility November – Gratitude December – Generosity January – Pride February – Leadership March – Manners April – Self Discipline May – Honor June – Honesty  
www.RolandRogers.info
105 S. Reeds Road, Galloway, NJ 08205         
FSA
Designed by: Jose Diaz
© Roland Rogers Elementary School
Good Citizen Program The purpose of this program is to teach good citizen values to students. Values such as: respect, responsiblilty, gratitude, diversity awareness, anti-bullying, togetherness, helpfulness, maturity, honesty and friendship. The purpose is also to recognize students who engage in good citizenship deeds and to teach them the importance of getting along with their peers, and respecting their peers, themselves and adults. Students in grades 4, 5 & 6 will be recognized and selected as Good Citizens by their homeroom teacher(s) on a monthly basis. Every homeroom is asked to select one student a month. Throughout the school year – students will engage in the following activities: Vandalism & violence week recognition activities Writing activity: What makesa Good Citizen? Good Citizen Luncheons Anti-bullying assemblies Spring clean-up good citizen project Multi-cultural / Diversity Awareness Day Criteria for selecting someone being a Good Citizen 1. Student must exhibit one or more of the good citizen values. 2. Student must have been given a good citizen certificate from any faculty or staff member. 3. Student must have been give a good citizen certificate for doing a good deed. 4. If a student received at least TWO disciplinary consequences from the assistant principal, they cannot be selected as a good citizen for that MONTH. Good Citizen Values of the Month September – Respect October – Responsibility November – Gratitude December – Generosity January – Pride February – Leadership March – Manners April – Self Discipline May – Honor June – Honesty  
www.RolandRogers.info
105 S. Reeds Road, Galloway, NJ 08205         
FSA
Designed by: Jose Diaz