North Elementary encourages STREAK behaviors with Jeopardy Review Day

PBIS Jeopardy

Last Friday, North Elementary held a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Jeopardy Review Day. Students reviewed all the STREAK behaviors by competing against each other! The competitions were held within each grade. 

 

Our STREAK behaviors are: 

 

Safety

Teamwork

Responsibility

Effort 

Kindness

 

Students are encouraged to practice all STREAK behaviors in the classrooms or virtual learning, restrooms, cafeteria, hallways, playground, and even on the bus. 

 

“This was a great and fun way to review all the STREAK/PBIS behaviors,” says Mr. Mayer, Principal. “A big thank you to our PBIS Chair, Mrs. Felden, and PBIS Team Member, Mrs. Telepak, for running the Jeopardy review games all day.” 

 

The Jeopardy Game was designed by South Elementary School, and North would like to thank them for their collaboration with them on this project. 

 

Winning teams received a donut party! 

 

You can read more about why PBIS is important to MLS here

 





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