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Kendall-Whittier Core Beliefs

We believe that every attempt should be made to maintain the dignity of both the adult and the student.

We believe that students should be guided and expected to solve the problems they create without making problems for anyone else in the world.

We believe that students should be given the opportunity to make decisions and live with the results, whether the consequences are good or bad.

We believe that misbehavior should be handled with logical/natural consequences instead of punishments whenever possible.

We believe that misbehavior should be viewed as an opportunity for individual problem solving and preparation for the real world as opposed to a personal attack on the school or staff.

We believe that students should have the opportunity to tell their side of the story (due process) when consequences appear to be unfair.


student expectations

Accept responsibility for your choices.

  • Respect yourself and others.
  • Take pride in our school and our community.
  • Think safety first and everybody wins.
  • Listen and follow directions.
  • Keep your hands and feet to yourself.

Behavior Concerns:

  • Children with reoccurring discipline problems may be placed on an individualized behavior plan agreed upon by the teacher, the parent and child.
  • Severe disruption or extreme behavior may result in immediate removal or suspension of student. (Example: verbal or physical aggression, disrespect to adults, possession of a weapon or disruption of the learning environment – See Behavior Response Plan)
  • TOYS and ELECTRONIC DEVISES, INCLUDING LASER POINTERS ARE NOT ALLOWED AT SCHOOL. They will be confiscated and held until a parent picks the item up. If there are further occurrences, the item will not be returned.
  • WEAPONS are defined by Tulsa Public Schools as anything that creates a threat to the safety of students or school staff. KNIVES WILL NOT BE RETURNED.

Playground Expectations

  • Keep your hands and feet to yourself.
  • Fighting or play fighting is not allowed. This includes karate kicking.
  • Stay inside the fenced areas.
  • No name calling or use of profanity.
  • Do not throw rocks, sand toys, or gravel.
  • Restroom breaks are only allowed in case of emergency.
    Students who are experiencing problems on the playground should report the problem to the duty teacher.

Playground CONSEQUENCES for Inappropriate Behavior Choices may include:

  • Verbal warning
  • Time out on the playground.
  • Referral to the classroom teacher.
  • Referral to the principal.
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Contact Us

Kendall-Whittier Elementary
2601 E. 5th Place
Tulsa, OK 74104

kw mantra

K = Kindness   
W = Willing Heart

T = Team
I = Integrity
G = Generosity
E = Effort
R = Responsibility   
S = Success