Sheridan in the News

Sheridan Elementary School Kicks Off PBIS on First Day of School
On the first day of school, Sheridan Elementary School hosted their annual Positive Behavior Intervention System (PBIS) Kick-off. Students and staff rotated through seven different stations to discuss behavioral expectations throughout the school. Stations included the hallways, cafeteria, playground, bathrooms, field trips, bus, and indoor recess expectations.  At the end of the day, an all school assembly was held to review Sheridan’s three main rules - Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe - and to congratulate the students for earning the PBIS School of Distinction award.  At the assembly, all students’ names were put into a prize drum for participating in the day’s Kick-off and thirty names were randomly drawn to choose a prize.

Sheridan’s Principal, Mrs. Kelly Cvetan, is discussing behavioral expectations for the cafeteria with a group of 4th graders.

3rd graders Nathaniel, Julissa, Kerry, and Jaycie are demonstrating hallway expectations.

A group of 1st graders are getting ready to help Mrs. Jeanna Goodman demonstrate bathroom expectations at Sheridan.
Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
September 13, 2013