Elm Street Elementary School kicked off their Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) celebrations with a special visit to the Treat Truck on Friday, October 2nd.
Students who have practiced positive behavior throughout the first few months of school could be found dancing to their favorite tunes and enjoying tasty treats, courtesy of the Treat Truck.
“The Treat Truck is definitely an Elm Street favorite,” smiled Brant Amerman, Assistant Principal at Elm Street Elementary. “This is our first PBIS celebration of the school year, and all of the students out here today have earned 100 PAWS points for good behavior in the classroom, in the common areas, for wearing their masks and following all of the physical distancing measures, etc.”
Elm Street follows the motto “Be RCS,” or be respectful, be motivated and be safe. Amerman and staff have been so proud of the way students have adapted to the new rules and regulations and were beyond excited to treat their students to this special celebration.
“The students have truly surprised me and have all done a great job embracing the new rules put in place this school year. You can tell everyone is beyond thankful to even be here attending school, so today was just a chance to celebrate a great start to the school year!” smiled Amerman.