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Friday, September 1st is our first School-Wide Celebration at Rieke Park.  Classrooms have been working hard to learn school-wide expectations and earn stickers for their class passport.  The passport will be the ticket to Rieke Park.  Students will enjoy a picnic lunch and play time on the equipment at Rieke.  Stay tuned for pictures:)






It's safe to say that JR Watson students loved participating in "tech day".  


                                        
                                        


Beginning Monday, November 17th every classroom will be working towards these four goals while eating lunch in the cafeteria:
1. Stay in seat.
2. Talk at a level 2 while eating.
3. Pick up trash.
4. Clear coat rack.

Any class that earns 5 stickers for meeting those goals will receive a class PB.  The class(es) earning the most stickers by 12/18 will receive a golden spatula to display outside their classroom.  Lastly, the grade level earning the most stickers by 12/18 will receive the opportunity to listen to music during lunch on 12/19.   


November 11, 2013

November 8th Celebration


P
ositive Behavior Interventions and Supports

    School-wide PBIS is a profound focus on the behaviors we want.  If offers a wide range of systematic and individualized strategies for achieving important social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behaviors with all students.

Beginning during the 2013-2014 school year, all students will have equal opportunities to earn “Eagle Prides” from all faculty/staff members for displaying the behaviors taught.  Throughout the year, classroom teachers will have different classroom systems set up to purchase rewards using their earned “Eagle Prides”.  School-Wide monthly incentive events will also be an option for students to participate in with the corresponding amount of “Eagle Prides” earned.


  • October's Celebration will take place this Friday 11/8 afternoon in the gym.  The original celebration was rained out.  (watch for pictures to follow)


  • Currently, students are also focusing on cafeteria behaviors.  Classrooms have the opportunity to win a golden spatula for appropriate cafeteria behavior!