In my classroom, students always ask for passes, often when you are in the middle of
teaching, or at a time that they should not be able to go.
To try to help alleviate this, I have made this “Can I Use a Pass?” sign. It can be posted in a few places in the classroom, and can answer many of those questions simply by pointing to it, and training students to check there before asking for a pass.
It is very simple, and could easily be modified to fit your needs, but the concept might help your classroom. A good thing to keep in mind as you think about procedures and organization over the summer.
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