How well does your cell policy work if you one? We adopted one this year and it seems not to work very well as we are not suppose to have phones in the class. Most days it works "okay at best" as they keep phones away but I see some students slip phones out. Is a no phone policy school-wide a good idea? Especially when all teachers don't enforce it? I can sometimes see why because it's honestly a pain to enforce at times when you are just trying to each. I can see how it can be good to enforce a no phone rule but our world is so much about using phones. It seems like a hard thing to enforce as I am always policing phone use. Taking phones away, writing kids up, sneaking them out quickly while I'm lecturing and having to stop and confiscate the phone. (I quit doing that because I don't want to be responsible if something happens to the phone (student makes something up and says it's broken or someone takes it). Another note is now I see watches that can look up a lot of stuff online now too. Another wonderful additional device we are probably going to have to watch/police since these are increasing after the Holidays. No just phones, I-phone like watches now that can look up test questions online. Any thoughts on this emerging matter across our schools today?