This is an awesome little daily behavior contract I have used for students struggling learning those basic classroom and school expectations. It is a very good tier 1 or tier 2 RTI behavior contract. I suggest tier 1, but I have used as a tier 2. The selling point to this contract over daily schedules checklist to me has always been its ease of use and it requires student self-reflection.
It targets elementary students primarily first through fifth grade. It is basically a behavior rubric that the student and teacher fill out together at the end of the day. The student scores it in pencil first with the teacher's help. The teacher scores with a pen after the student and discusses the reasons for the difference in the scores. This communicates to the student what he or she needs to work on to be successful.
It does allow for a percentage score, parental communication, and the ability for the student to earn rewards for positive behavior. Make sure your rewards are something that has meaning to the student for best results.
Good luck and thanks for your considerations :-)