sixth grade bill of rightscherry

  1. The right to play with anyone and everyone.
  2. The right to be listened to by others in a nonjudgmental manner.
  3. The right to learn and teach.
  4. The right to ask any academic question.
  5. The right to be physically and emotionally safe.
  6. The right to have your possessions be safe.
  7. The right to be equal, regardless of your status, athletic ability, friendship groups, personal style, gender, ethnic or socioeconomic background, personal beliefs, or religion.
  8. The right to confidentiality: to have your personal business remain your personal business.
  9. The right to be accountable and to hold others accountable.
  10. The right to be part of an intellectual community that embraces creativity, problem solving, innovation, and academic rigor.