Lincoln-Erdman Students Earn Technology Day Reward for Positive Behavior
Students at Lincoln-Erdman Elementary School recently earned a ‘Technology Day’ reward for displaying positive behavior throughout the first quarter of the school year. On the first day of school students were challenged to earn 6,000 ‘PAWSitive slips’. PAWSitive slips are given to a student when a staff member sees them following the school-wide behavior expectations.
On Technology Day students were allowed to bring an electronic device , such as an iPod, iPad, Nook, Kindle, Leapste, or other hand-held game or device to school and were given 1 hour of technology time. Technology Day was a great way to recognize the efforts of all the students and encourage continued positive behavior throughout the school year. The 2nd quarter incentive will be a Winter Olympics themed activity day.
Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, or PBIS as its commonly referred to, is a district-wide positive behavior model, aimed to encourage positive behavior, and in turn, increase academic achievement.
Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
November 24, 2013