Index:

Bonuses

Fines

Store

Jobs

Bills

Bonuses

Bonus

Value

Teacher's Choice

$5

Random act of kindness

$10

Compliment from another teacher

$15

100% class attendance for the day

$20

Showing respect

$20

Showing perserverance

$20

100% class homework completion for the week

$100

More ideas:

On time to class

$5

100% on a small quiz

$10

Great teamwork

$10

100% on a test

$25

💡 ProTip: Co-create your bonuses and fines with your students to increase student ownership and engagement.


Fines

Elementary School

Fine

Value

Messy area

$10

No Name

$10

Off task

$20

Dishonesty

$30

Middle/High School

Fine

Value

No Name

$10

Chewing Gum in Class

$10

Late to class

$10

Off task

$20

Phone in Class

$20

Dishonesty

$30

More ideas:

Borrowing pencil

$5

Not prepared for class

$5

Breaking classroom expectation

$20

Talking over the teacher

$20


Store

Item

Price

Pencil

$10

Small Treasure Box Item

$20

Brain Break Choice

$25

Tell a joke to the class

$25

Stinky feet (no shoes in class)

$50

Sit in the teacher's chair for day

$50

Magic trick

$50

5 minutes extra recess

$75

Eat in class

$75

Homework Pass

$100

Lunch with teacher

$100

Pie teacher in the face

$150

Buy desk

$300

More free ideas:

Switch jobs with a classmate for the day

$25

Swap seats for the day

$50

Pass to go to the front of the lunch line

$50

Positive phone call home

$50

Extra credit points

$100

Special leadership role (Door greeter, errand runner, cafeteria leader, etc.)

$100

Free dress coupon

$150


Jobs

Elementary Jobs

Job

Description

Qualification

Student

Pay: $50

Suggested: All

  • Follow all classroom and school wide expectations.

  • Give my best and always seek to learn and improve.

  • Must attend (Enter Your School's Name)

Attendance Monitor

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 2

  • Record attendance and report absences to teacher daily.

  • Organize any homework assignments or other materials for absent students.
    Provide absent students with work upon return.

  • Must be punctual, reliable, and have good attendance.

  • Must be organized and pay close attention during class.

Line Leader

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 1

  • Lead the class from one location to the next.

  • Represent class in a positive manner.

  • Must be a role model and uphold all hallway expectations.

  • Must be able to navigate around the school.

Messenger

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 1

  • Deliver papers to other teachers or to the office.

  • Represent class in a positive manner.

  • Must be efficient, polite, and stay on task.

  • Must be able to navigate around the school.

Teacher Assistant

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 1

  • Help teacher with any tasks that they need assistance with.

  • Help teacher organize materials.

  • Must be flexible and willing to help with a variety of tasks.

  • Must be organized and respectful.

Librarian

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 2

  • Keep classroom library organized and tidy.

  • Return books to school library when needed.

  • Must be organized and have a strong interest in reading.

  • Can recommend books to classmates is a plus.

Paper Passer

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 2

  • Responsible for passing out and collecting paper.

  • Help teacher with hole-punching, stapling, and filing.

  • Must be efficient and responsible.

  • Must stay on task and not be easily distracted.

Pencil Patrol

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 2

  • Distribute and collect pencils to students that need to borrow one from the class.

  • Sharpen pencils at a time designated by the teacher.

  • Must be organized and detail oriented.

  • Must follow the pencil borrowing procedures.

Noise Monitor

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 3

  • Help ensure that the class is maintaining an appropriate voice volume.

  • Remind peers to use an inside voice.

  • Must be polite and professional.

  • Must speak kindly and use considerate language.

Clean-Up Crew

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 3

  • Tidy up the classroom at the end of class.

  • Make sure the floors are clean and furniture is back in its proper place.

  • Must be organized and detail oriented.

  • Must be familiar with the layout of the classroom.

Tech Team

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 2

  • Plug in the computers at the end of class.

  • Make sure that all computers are accounted for.

  • Responsible for turning off lights when leaving classroom.

  • Must be familiar with technology procedures.

  • Must be careful with the technology.

Board Helper

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 2

  • Update boards daily and as needed.

  • Support with updating bulletin boards, calendars, and decorations.

  • Must be creative, artistic, and have a keen eye for detail.

  • Passionate about interior design is a plus.

Banker

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 1

  • Assist in sending paychecks, charging rent, and handling paper money.

  • Transfer deposits from deposit slips onto bank deposit log.

  • Must be highly organized.

  • Must have an aptitude in math and strong attendance.

Homework Helper

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 2

  • Collect homework at the end of class.

  • Maintain the list of who has submitted homework.

  • Must be responsible.

  • Must have strong attendance.

Positivity Patrol

Pay: $20

Suggested: 1

  • Share motivational quotes with the class.

  • Shoutout peers for positive achievements.

  • Must be familiar with google and willing to look up quotes.

  • Must be caring, empathetic, and positive.

Door Holder

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 1

  • Holds the door for everyone and makes sure everyone is out of the classroom.

  • Must have good attendance.

  • Must be polite and responsible.

Environmental Specialist

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 1

  • Turn off the lights after class.

  • Make sure that paper is recycled.

  • Water the classroom plants once per week.

  • Must be respectful and polite to peers.

  • Passionate about plants is a plus.

Substitute

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 1

  • Step in for absent students to perform their job.

  • Assist the classroom substitute when teacher is out.

  • Must have a strong understanding of classroom roles and routines.

  • Must be adaptable and well-rounded.

Doctor

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 1

  • Provide first-aid supplies and escorts student to nurse when needed.

  • Responsible for distributing hand sanitizer and wiping down desks.

  • Must be caring, responsible, and empathetic.

  • Must know where classroom first-aid kit is.

Bathroom Monitor

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 1

  • Sign students in and out for the bathroom.

  • Keep track of the times students are out of the room.

  • Must be willing to complete work while managing responsibilities.

  • Must be organized.

Middle/High School Jobs

Job

Description

Qualification

Student

Pay: $50

Suggested: All

  • Follow all classroom and school wide expectations.

  • Give my best and always seek to learn and improve.

  • Must attend (Enter Your School's Name)

Attendance Monitor

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 2

  • Record attendance and report absences to teacher daily.

  • Organize any homework assignments or other materials for absent students.

  • Provide absent students with work upon return.

  • Must be punctual, reliable, and have good attendance.

  • Must be organized and pay close attention during class.

Clean-Up Crew

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 3

  • Tidy up the classroom at the end of class.

  • Make sure the floors are clean and furniture is back in its proper place.

  • Must be organized and detail oriented.

  • Must be familiar with the layout of the classroom.

Tech Team

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 3

  • Plug in the computers at the end of class.

  • Make sure that all computers are accounted for.

  • Responsible for turning off lights when leaving classroom.

  • Must be familiar with technology procedures.

  • Must be careful with the technology.

Supplies Supervisor

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 2

  • Responsible for passing out and collecting paper and other materials.

  • Help teacher with hole-punching, stapling, and filing.

  • Must be efficient and responsible.

  • Must stay on task and not be easily distracted.

Assistant Grader

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 1

  • Assist teacher in grading homework and other assignments as needed.

  • Organize student assignments and grades as instructed.

  • Must have a strong attention to detail.

  • Must be trustworthy and sign a confidentiality agreement.

Noise Monitor

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 3

  • Help ensure that the class is maintaining an appropriate voice volume.

  • Remind peers to use an inside voice.

  • Must be polite and professional.

  • Must speak kindly and use considerate language.

Teacher Assistant

Pay: $30/week

Suggested 2

  • Help teacher with any tasks that they need assistance with.

  • Help teacher organize materials.

  • Must be flexible and willing to help with a variety of tasks.

  • Must be organized and respectful.

Homework Helper

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 2

  • Collect homework at the end of class.

  • Maintain the list of who has submitted homework.

  • Must be responsible and organized.

  • Must have strong attendance.

Banker

Pay: $30/week

Suggested: 1

  • Assist in sending paychecks, charging rent, and handling paper money.

  • Transfer deposits from deposit slips onto class bank log and into ClassEquity.

  • Must be highly organized.

  • Must have an aptitude in math and strong attendance.

Brain Break Boss

Pay: $25/week

Suggested 1

  • Organize short brain breaks to get the class moving between lessons.

  • Can also incorporate jokes, fun facts, or other content besides physical activities.

  • Must be willing to present to the class.

  • Interested in physical fitness is a plus.

Class Podcaster

Pay: $20/week

Suggested

  • Put together a monthly podcast to share with the class.

  • Report on class events, news, jokes, historical events, or other topics of choice.

  • Must be good with computers and williing to learn how to work with audio programs.

  • Must be organized and able to budget time wisely.

Class Tutor

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 2

  • Create short video tutorials based off what we are learning in class to help peers with class content.

  • Option to create supplemental materials for extra practice.

  • Must be good with computers and williing to learn how to work with video programs.

  • Must be organized and able to budget time wisely.

Celebration Coordinator

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 2

  • Share motivational quotes with the class.

  • Shoutout peers for positive achievements and birthdays in fun ways such as decorating lockers, singing happy birthday, making a unique card or other activites determined by the Celebration Coordinator.

  • Must be familiar with google and willing to look up quotes.

  • Must be creative, caring, empathetic, and positive.

Class DJ

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 1

  • Survey classmates on music preferences and favorite songs.

  • Create classroom playlist that is appropriate and update on occasion.

  • Must be a team-player, inclusive, and have strong interview skills.

  • Passionate about music is a plus.

Interior Designer

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 1

  • Help teacher design classroom space to create an organized and welcoming learning environment.

  • Support with updating bulletin boards and decorations.

  • Must be creative, organized, artistic, and have a keen eye for detail.

  • Passionate about interior design is a plus.

Messenger

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 1

  • Deliver papers to other teachers or to the office.

  • Represent class in a positive manner.

  • Must be efficient, polite, and stay on task.

  • Must be able to navigate around the school.

Librarian

Pay: $25/week

Suggested: 1

  • Keep classroom library organized and tidy.

  • Return books to school library when needed.

  • Must be organized and have a strong interest in reading.

  • Can recommend books to classmates is a plus.

Substitute

Pay: $20/week

Suggested: 1

  • Step in for absent students to perform their job.

  • Assist the classroom substitute when teacher is out.

  • Must have a strong understanding of classroom roles and routines.
    Must be adaptable and well-rounded.


Bills

Bill

Price

Rent

$80/month

Utilities

$20/month

Other ideas:

Health Insurance

$10

Phone bill

$10

Internet bill

$10

Heating bill

$10

Air conditioning

$10

Disaster insurance

$10

💡 ProTip: Keep in mind that Salary - Bills = Spending Money. Raise or lower rent and utilities to adjust students’ leftover cash.


Comments, questions, or feedback on our suggested settings? We're always looking to improve! Shoot us a message below, or email us at [email protected]!

Did this answer your question?