• PBIS

  • PBIS

     We are “ROAR-ing” with great behavior!

    PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions & Support)

    It is a brand new year and 2018 is full of fresh opportunities and experiences!  We know how important our academic learning is to our students, but we also know that students need to have good behavior to be available to learn.  We have been using ROAR tickets to motivate our students to make good choices in the hallway, classroom and in our school. They can use their saved up tickets at our ROAR store!

    We have a staff committee dedicated to creating resources and planning rallies and activities to inspire our students.  Our goal is to catch students making good choices and reward them for the good choices that they make!  We are using positive praise and teaching the expectations to keep students focused on learning and staying safe. It is a team effort to model good behavior and to teach students what is expected from them.  As parents you can help by asking your children about R.O.A.R. and how they make good choices each day. Thank you for your support!

    Respect  

    Ownership

    Acceptance

    Ready to learn

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    Winter Weather Reminders

    School closing

    Schools are always to be considered open unless a special announcement is made. It is our intention to keep school open whenever possible. The safety of children is the prime consideration in making the decision to close our doors. If the weather is severe, please check our District 50 website as it is one of our most reliable resources to use when you are unsure if there are any changes to the normal school routine. www.dist50.net

    Wear the proper gear

    All day students go out for recess each day.  Please be sure to have your child wear boots, hats, gloves and a warm coat.  When snow is on the ground we need students to wear snow pants and all of their gear in order to play on the playground and in the snow.

    Flu season

    • Your children should not attend school if they have a fever, rash, persistent cough, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
    • Your children may return to school only if they have been fever free for 24 hours and without any of the above symptoms.
    • Your children should not attend school if they have a fever, rash, persistent cough, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
    • Your children may return to school only if they have been fever free for 24 hours and without any of the above symptoms.
    • Always remember to use proper hand washing; warm water with soap for 20 seconds is always best.
    • Please help us keep our children healthy by keeping your children home if they are ill.
    • Remember, one sick student can spread his illness to all his classmates.