PBIS Celebrated at Meadows

The end of the school year is always a time of celebration.  At Meadows Elementary School, students and staff celebrated the school’s first year of PBIS or Positive Behavior Intervention Support.  PBIS is designed to enhance academic and social behavior outcomes for all students.

Meadows students spent May 21 outdoors eating pizza.  They were then able to view some vintage cars lined up near the school.  The students later paraded the cars they had made out of cardboard boxes around the playground.  The day of celebration ended with awards handed out to the classes which had the best behavior during the school year.

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