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Assembly Etiquette

What high school students need to practice during an assembly

Something we give to the Speaker in the auditorium Attention
Something held up HIGH with your NECK during an entire assembly Head
You may not use your neighbor's ____________ as a pillow. Shoulder
Must keep this hidden in assemblies as well as the classroom Phone
Person who takes time to come to our school to provide useful information to students Speaker
It is ________ to laughing AT someone instead of WITH them. Rude
A student must appear to be ________ at all times during assembly. Awake
Something you can do during assembly ONLY if Ms. Brown does Laugh
If you have good Manners, accepted behavior, and follow rules of conduct, you have good _______________. Etiquette
The row in the auditorium assigned to Graphic Arts students Five