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posted: 10/6/2017 1:25 PM

Spaulding school rewards students for positive behavior

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  • Courtesy of Spaulding School Students hold chains made from superpower tickets, which students can receive for showing respect, responsibility, safety or productivity.

    Courtesy of Spaulding School Students hold chains made from superpower tickets, which students can receive for showing respect, responsibility, safety or productivity.

  • Courtesy of Spaulding School Spaulding students watch "PJ Masks," a video about superhero children who work together.

    Courtesy of Spaulding School Spaulding students watch "PJ Masks," a video about superhero children who work together.

  • Courtesy of Spaulding School Spaulding students count their superpower tickets.

    Courtesy of Spaulding School Spaulding students count their superpower tickets.

 
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Spaulding School in Gurnee celebrated great student behavior recently with grade-level Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, or PBIS, celebrations.

PBIS is a popular behavioral system used by many schools nationally.

Students counted and made chains with their superpower tickets, which students can receive from any teacher in the building for showing respect, responsibility, safety or productivity, the four superpowers stressed in the schools. They also watched movies, and played games as part of the celebration.

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