Are you and your child's teacher talking about creating a school behavior contract? (If your child has an IEP, he may have a behavior intervention plan instead.) Look at this sample behavior contract to see what's typically in one and how to help your child get the most from it.
This contract is designed to make students accountable or their actions in the classroom. When they have repeated problems in class, students must read the contract, discuss alternative behaviors and consequences, and then sign the contract. Further actions are listed as options and outline the next steps for continued behavior.