Because we discuss what our expectations should look like during certain parts of our day, we simply transferred those anchor charts to the web via Class Dojo. For the complete explanation of how I set up my classroom, select play on the video below this paragraph.
Now that there is an app, I have Class Dojo as a class job. I actually use to have a job chart that rotated students and jobs. However, I found that this alone was a management piece. Anything that takes away from my planning for creative lessons gets added to the top of my list for restructuring. In other words, if something doesn't add value to my class in an academic or cultural sense, I change it. Our time is precious, and I need my focus to be on my student's best interests.
Since rotating class jobs was taking too much time (about 5 - 10 minutes a week), I changed it. Having an additional 5 - 10 minutes a week is a big deal when your time is already so limited. Additionally, some students would become sad if they were Secretary and the phone didn't ring all week. Now, I have one job person a day. I go straight down my list. We start with person number one... then the next day person two is the job person... and so on - it's similar to 'Helper of the Day' in younger grades. I just call the job 'Teacher Assistant.' This person gets the snack, takes attendance, is line leader, and now will track expectations via Class Dojo.