Branding Your School With PBIS Messaging

School Branding PBIS Schools

School branding for PBIS schools can include a wide array of posters, banners, signs and other visual elements.

Think beyond your logo and school colors when branding your school. Yes, consistent use of color and graphics is important, but branding your school is also a great opportunity to build a strong sense of community, and weave your PBIS initiative into a new, engaging school climate. Using your mascot as the cornerstone of your branding/PBIS program is a solid strategy. Children embrace the concept of being part of the mascot’s community. It’s visual, fun and engaging.

Mascot Junction gives you all the tools you need to create a mascot-centric school climate where every child is immersed in being an eagle, bear, tiger, or whatever your mascot is. Our PBIS Roll Out Kits include posters, banners, signs, award certificates, gotcha rewards and even mascot costumes. Everything in each kit is customized for your school, using information from your PBIS matrix. We also use your school colors for a consistent presentation.

Choose from more than 100 kid-friendly mascots. Each comes in its own clip art sets, including more than 80 illustrations of the mascot doing activities related to school, sports and holidays. The Behavior Clip Art Set features illustrations of the mascot demonstrating positive behaviors like respect, responsibility, safety and other behaviors commonly used in PBIS and Character Education programs.

Learn more about mascot-centric cultures and explore all the possibilities by visiting mascotjunction.com right now and downloading a catalog.

 

 

PBIS SOAR Matrix Poster For Elementary Schools

SOAR Matrix Poster PBIS

This PBIS Matrix SOAR poster features illustrations of the eagle mascot demonstrating positive behavior in different parts of the school.

Get a PBIS Matrix SOAR Poster like this customized with your school’s rules and behavior expectations. Change the mascot from an eagle to a hawk, falcon, blue jay, cardinal or whatever your mascot is. We also have ROAR Matrix Posters, as well as posters for PAWS, PRIDE and can customize the design to match whatever your school’s PBIS theme is.

All of our posters feature your school mascot visually demonstrating positive behavior. It’s a great way to make your PBIS program more fun, engaging and effective. Choose from more than 100 kid-friendly mascots, or have us design one for you. Each mascot has two clip art sets featuring more than 80 illustrations of the mascot doing activities related to school, sports, holidays or positive behavior. These mascot clip art sets are great for bulletins, posters, newsletters, Web sites and virtually every type of communication.

Give your school a mascot-centric climate, where it means something special to be part of the mascot’s community. PBIS Roll Out Kits make it easy. Each kit includes customized posters, banners, signs, gotcha rewards, award certificates, mascot costumes and even temporary tattoos. Explore all the possibilities at mascotjunction.com

School Safety Signs For Bus & Pick-up Areas

Put your school safety rules on the sidewalk in an A-frame sign so drivers and students can easily see them. The reverse side has a dry-erase marker surface so you can use it for special events. These A-frame signs are customized for you by Mascot Junction, and feature your school mascot, and your rules. Buy these safety signs individually, or as part of a PBIS Roll Out Kit, that also includes posters, banners, t-shirts and other items designed to bring your PBIS program to life, and create an engaging school climate.

School Safety Signs

Use an A-frame sign to put your school safety rules on the sidewalk, where drivers and students can easily see them.

Indian Mascot Clip Art

Use this Indian mascot clip art for your school. The Standard Clip Art Set of the Indian features the mascot participating in activities related to school, sports and holidays. The Behavior Clip Art Set is for schools with PBIS or Character Education programs. The Behavior clip art illustrations feature the Indian mascot demonstrating positive behaviors like respect, responsibility, safety and other commonly used behaviors. Get the Indian Mascot Clip Art set at MascotJunction.com

Indian Mascot Clip Art PBIS

Indian Mascot Clip Art PBIS

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Grizzly Bear Logo

This grizzly bear logo features a kid-friendly mascot that is part of a PBIS Roll Out Kit for elementary schools with positive behavior programs. The logo is part of the clip art sets that feature more than 80 illustrations of the grizzly bear mascot. The illustrations portray positive behavior and activities related to school, sports and holidays. Kits also include posters, banners, signs, award certificates and more. Everything is customized with the school’s mascot, name, colors and details from their PBIS program.

Grizzly Bear Logo

The grizzly bear logo featured in this banner is part of the clip art graphics included with a PBIS Roll Out Kit from Mascot Junction.

Broncos, Colts, Mustangs, Mavericks and Stallion Mascot Catalog

If you’d rather use a more graphic-style mascot/logo than our kid-friendly cartoon-style mascots, check out our new school mascot catalog. The samples feature a graphic horse, but can easily be changed to any type of mascot, or graphic, that you want for your school. Colors are changed to match your school colors. All words are changed to reflect your PBIS theme, or to say whatever you want. The impressive clip art set gives you a wide array of tools for creating a highly engaging school climate and culture.

Get posters, banners, clip art sets, hallway street signs, A-frame signs and more. Everything designed with your school colors and mascot at MascotJunction.com

Graphic Mascot Logo Design

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Charger Logo Graphic Clip Art

These Charger Logo Graphics can be changed for a Bronco, Colt, Maverick or Stallion. The colors are also easily changed, at not charge, to match your school colors. These more “graphic-styles” clip art images are more for high school and middle schools. Our kid-friendly cartoony-style mascots are designed for elementary schools. Learn more at MascotJunction.com

Charger Logo Graphic Clip Art

The charging horse graphic clip art images represent basketball, football, baseball, hockey, volleyball and soccer.

Knight Mascot Clip Art Images

Use this knight mascot clip art to create a strong sense of community in your school, and promote your PBIS program, or teach character traits. This knight mascot has 48 illustrations in its standard clip art set. The cartoon illustrations portray typical school activities, sports and holidays. These knight graphics are great for t-shirts, team uniforms, banners, signs and bulletins.

Knight Mascot Clip Art Images

See all the Knight mascot clip art images at MascotJunction.com

Knight Mascot Clip Art Collection

Knight Mascot Clip Art Illustrations

Respect, Responsibility, Safety Rules Posters

Teach respect, responsibility and safety with these PBIS Rules Posters. A ram mascot is used to visually demonstrate each positive behavior, but you can choose from 80 other kid-friendly mascots available through Mascot Junction. Each can be featured on PBIS Rules posters like these. There is a poster for each areas of the school, including: cafeteria, hallway, bathroom, library, computer lab, playground, assemblies, pick-up/drop-off area, classroom and bus.

Ram Behavior Expectation Rules Posters

Use your ram mascot to teach positive behavior and reinforce your PBIS program. These ram behavior expectation rules posters are part of a set of 10. Each features a kid-friendly rendition of the ram acting as a positive behavior role model.

Ram Rules Poster

These Ram Rules posters show students what positive behavior looks like in different parts of the school. Use them to create a strong sense of community around being part of the ram community.

Ram PBIS Rules Posters 2

Use these Ram Rules posters to reinforce your PBIS program and show students what positive behavior looks like in different areas of the school.

Infographic For PBIS Launch

Share this PBIS infographic with PBIS committee members so everyone can see many ways to use your school mascot to promote your PBIS program. We make it real easy with our Roll Out Kits. Each is custom built around your PBIS matrix and features your school mascot on everything.

Infographic PBIS

Infographic PBIS

Your mascot is used to actually visually demonstrate what targeted positive behaviors look like in a school setting. Get rules posters for every part of your school, including: hallways, bathroom, classroom, playground, cafeteria, assemblies, before-and-after areas, library and computer lab. Each is customized with the behavior expectations from your matrix. And illustrations of your mascot are used to demonstrate things like washing your hands in the bathroom, respecting authority figures, being caring, honest and much more.

Bring your matrix to life with fun illustrations of your mascot demonstrating targeted behaviors. Let’s face it – who likes to read, when it’s easier to look at pictures! At-a-glance constant reminders help you reinforce the positive behaviors you are trying to teach.

Creating a mascot-centric school climate is very engaging. Take a cougar mascot for example. Everyone has cougar friends, and is part of the cougar community. There are cougar rules and a cougar way of doing things. When a student needs to make a decision, all they have to do is look around them, and ask “what would a cougar do?” They’ll likely make a good choice, get a good result and end up having a good time. It’s the beginning of a very positive learning cycle.