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Cleveland and Montessori Students Earn Bike Stunt Show Reward
Students at Cleveland Elementary and N.E.W. Montessori Charter School recently enjoyed a Bike Stunt Show by Rich Wieber as a reward for their positive behavior. Rich spoke to the students about the safety of always wearing a properly fit helmet, perseverance of trying hard to master a skill, working hard to save up for something you want and not drinking alcohol or doing drugs to cloud your mind. This was all done while entertaining the students and staff with his stunts and bike tricks including jumping over a staff member on his bike as the students cheered him on.

As part of the school’s Positive Behavior initiative (PBIS), students are rewarded for displaying appropriate behavior. When students are caught following the expectations and doing the right thing they receive a Positive Attitudes Will Succeed (PAWS) slip.  Students reached their goal of collecting 20,000 PAWS slips this school year! They also celebrated the accomplishment that no student has received more than 3 major discipline referrals this quarter.

Cleveland Elementary School is in the first year of implementation of the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) program. To learn more about PBIS in the Sheboygan Area School District, visit our website at

Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
April 18, 2012