I used to spend every morning reading a list of close to 25 rules for my ISS classroom. One day, when doing some self evaluation, I realized that reading all of those rules and procedures were cutting into time that could be spent handing out assignments or tutoring/mentoring students assigned to In-School Suspension. I found that if students could do these 7 basic things then they usually were successful during their stay in ISS. I then printed off these "ISS Keys to Success" sheets and had them laminated. I placed a laminated copy up on the wall in each cubicle so that I could direct my student's attention to them as I started each day by going over them. Throughout the day I can direct my student's attention to the rules placed in front of them as needed and then take appropriate action to correct behavior issues.