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October 22, 2018

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Students Reach New Heights at Lanigan Lift-off

Sixth grade Lanigan and Granby Elementary students made special signs and banners that read “proud to be referral free” to display at the recent Lanigan Lift-off Assembly held at the school. A total of 310 students were recognized throughout the assembly for having stayed referral free since the beginning of the school year. Students in Lanigan Elementary School had a real ‘blast’ at the recent Lanigan Lift-Off program held at the school. This new program focuses on reinforcing the Fulton City School District’s Positive Behaviors and Interventions Services (PBIS) initiative, promoting a TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More) attitude and uniting the entire Lanigan student and staff family.

Self Control In PBIS Focus At Fitzhugh

Haz mat teams found hazardous waste at the Fitzhugh Park Elementary School and the students along with staff members rallied around the effort to get rid of the materials. This wasn’t an actual hazardous situation – it was part of the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports initiative at the school.

No PBJ at CER PBIS Picnic

It was a perfect day for a picnic.

Students at the Charles E. Riley Elementary School celebrated the start of a new school year with a Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support picnic hosted by the home and school association.

Positive Behavior the Right Price at Minetto

Bright red t-shirts emblazoned with “Behavior is Right” were donned by the faculty of the Minetto Elementary School as students arrived on opening day.

Positive behavior is a major concern for students throughout the Oswego City School District and the Minetto faculty decided to celebrate with a game show theme.

Fulton Junior High PBIS Extends To Staff

</p>Fulton Junior High School staff member Caitlin Demm, (left) was nominated by Amanda Shatrau (right), for creating a positive school environment and going the extra mile to support student success.

As part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) initiative at Fulton Junior High School, students take time each week to recognize staff members for creating a positive school environment and going the extra mile to support student success.  Staff members are presented with the rewards so that they can see the notes the students write to them.

FJHS Students Recognize Positive Influence of Staff Members

As part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) initiative at Fulton Junior High School, students take time each week to recognize staff members for creating a positive school environment and going the extra mile to support student success. Staff members are presented with the rewards so that they can see the notes the students write to them.