With a customized PBIS Roll Out Kit, Naldarett Elementary School created a positive school climate for their students. The Star mascot serves as the role model for students and as the foundation for a community. Using a PBIS theme of STAR—Strive to do your best, Take responsibility, Always be kind and work together, and Respect everyone and be safe—the Star mascot teaches positive character traits for each section of the school.
Every PBIS Roll Out Kit is customized with YOUR school mascot, theme, rules/expectations, school name, and colors. As an example, Naldrett Elementary School’s Star mascot appears on an array of customized posters, banners, clipart, and other visual aids to unify and direct students in a positive and productive way. In the PBIS Rules Poster below, the Star mascot explains safety at the bus stop, responsibility in the classroom, acceptance in the lunchroom, and more. Each section of the school received their own, specific PBIS Rules Poster as well.
To decorate and direct, use customized PBIS Street Signs to create a sense of community. Naldrett Elementary School’s Star appears on 26 street signs, including classroom names—such as Library Lane—and positive behavior traits—like Responsible Street. Label each grade and section of the school with a unifying character and PBIS theme. Each 24” x 6” sign is printed on durable plastic (styrene) 3mm thick (approximately 1/8”). In your PBIS Roll Out Kit, your school can customize each sign to say whatever you want, while featuring your mascot around the school.
For fun, students can color and learn at the same time on custom Coloring Sheets. Naldrett Elementary School’s Star uses nine unique activity sheets to reinforce the rules while creating a positive school climate. Below, you will see three of these, all of which have matching PBIS Rules Posters for those individual sections of the school.
Reward students with Gotcha Rewards! At Naldrett Elementary School, students receive Star Bucks for exhibiting positive character traits, such as honesty, fairness, and generosity. Gotcha Rewards look like a dollar bill, but feature your mascot on the front. Use a template to print your own money!
Another way to reward students is with Photo Recognition Boards. These full-color, eye-popping frames can feature a Student of the Month for every class or any student for his or her accomplishments.
There is so much a Star can do, which is why Naldarett Elementary School’s Star expresses so many positive character traits through a clipart set. In our two PBIS clipart sets—Standard clipart set and Behavior clipart set—any mascot can teach students an array of positive character traits. The Star, for instance, encourages and explains leadership, respect, anti-bullying, kindness, diversity, integrity, and more to create a positive school climate. This is yet another extension of your PBIS program in our PBIS Roll Out Kits.
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