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Woodland School Recognizes Good Behavior

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Pictured is Dena Thomas, parent volunteer, assisting Jackson Simmons in redeeming his Teepee Tickets.
School-wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS) is a proactive approach aimed at creating safe and effective learning environments in schools.

SWPBS recognizes the importance of preventing misbehavior, teaching the school-wide rules, and reinforcing good behavior.

When a teacher or staff member at Woodland School catches a student being “Respectful,” being “Responsible,” or being “Ready,” they can reinforce that good behavior with a Teepee Ticket.

 Parent volunteers play an important role in the SWPBS process.
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