ani Ramos, Jackson Ream and Blake Lewis wait in a line during the PBIS celebration at Coopers Elementary School.
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ani Ramos, Jackson Ream and Blake Lewis wait in a line during the PBIS celebration at Coopers Elementary School.

Coopers Elementary rewards positive behavior

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Positive Behavior, Intervention and Support was in full swing during October at Coopers Elementary School.

Students who displayed positive behavior during the first six weeks were treated to 40 minutes of fun in the school’s gym. The school’s PBIS Team provided two inflatables (a bounce house and obstacle course), basketball shooting and other activities that promoted physical activity.

To be eligible to attend the celebration, students could not have any office/bus referrals with less than three PBIS notes home. Students not attending the celebration completed missed/unfinished work or read books in the school’s media center. The next celebration will be early December when the next grading period ends.

The staff at Coopers Elementary want all students to attend the next celebration and will be encouraging students to do their best to follow the PBIS behavior expectations to be respectful, be responsible, be prepared and be a learner.