Mrs. Holly Peck

Hooverville Elementary School
Mrs. Peck
    I strive to create a safe and nurturing environment which allows all students to learn to the best of their ability and reach their full potential.  If at any time you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me through email or by calling the school at (717) 762-1191 ext. 1500.  I look forward to working with you and your child in the 2018/2019 school year!
Class Discipline Policy

Children in room 102 will learn to follow our class and school rules, have good manners, and learn what behaviors are appropriate and inappropriate for school.  Students will follow our six rules: 

1.  Follow directions quickly
2.  Raise your hand for permission to speak.
3.  Raise your hand for permission to leave your seat.
4.  Make smart choices.
5.  Keep your dear teacher happy! 


Our classroom will use a clip chart to monitor behavior.  A clip chart is a great tool that allows students to be rewarded for positive behavior, while discouraging negative behavior. Students are acknowledged for positive behavior choices.

         Each student has a clothespin, or clip, with his or her name on it.  Everyone will start on green at the beginning of each day, and clips can be moved up and down throughout the day based on behavior.  Students who have had to move their clip down always have the opportunity to improve and clip up later in the day, thus they continue to stay motivated to make positive behavior choices.    

*The Super Student (pink)level is reserved for outstanding behavior.  A student who reaches this level will earn a special note home.               

* Students can move to the Great Job (purple) level for continuing to display good behavior.  You should be very proud of your child for reaching this level!     
Students will move to the Good Choices(blue) level for showing that they are making the right behavior decisions!  Ending the day on this level is great!                                                                                                                  

Every student will start the day on the Ready to Learn(green) level.  As the day goes on, clips can be moved up and down, based on behavior.  This level is a good one to be on!

*A student will be moved to the Think About It (yellow) level as a warning about his/her behavior, and a reminder to follow the rules.  

*The next level is Parent Contact (orange).  The teacher will either call home or write  a note to the student's parents to explain/discuss their behavior for the day.

*Students who continue to display poor behavior can move down to the Teacher’s Choice(red) level.  Here, the teacher can decide what action to take.  Loss of prize, iPad, or recess time might be an appropriate choice.

Project TEAM

 project team

         Project TEAM is a school-wide program that creates a whole school climate change and brings every person in the school together to work toward common goals.  Bullying, school violence, and a less than fully peer-supportive school climate in public and private schools undermine educational effectiveness and are of concern  to educators, students, parents, the general public, and policy makers.  Penn State has developed an anti-bullying and school climate improvement program referred to as "Project TEAM," built upon concepts proven to reduce bullying and increase a supportive school climate in elementary schools.  The program instills a sense of belonging in students, decreases bullying, teaches students proactive social skills, and creates future leaders.  Students are taught and reinforced daily with the six foundations of Project TEAM-Helping Others, Positive Change in Behavior, Anti-Bullying, Problem Solving, Resiliency, and Leadership.


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