Voice Levels Posters explain voice level expectations for various areas of a school. On one Voice Levels Poster, the eagle mascot exhibits three voice levels students can use within their school at Edgewood Elementary. Explaining voice level expectations for various areas of the school is an important part of a school’s PBIS, or positive character trait, program. When a mascot uses level 0 in a library, students will look up to their role model and exhibit positive behavior traits, such as listening or focusing. The voice level posters will let students know what voice level to use in other areas of the school, too. These posters are particularly helpful to explain behavioral expectations for classrooms or even special events.
On our Posters page, we have a Voice Levels Poster with 6 voice levels for students to follow while in school. Whether your school has 3, 4, 5, or 6 voice levels, we have a Voice Levels Poster for you. Each poster is customized with your school’s mascot, PBIS program, and/or information regarding your voice level expectations. With more than 50 different mascots, we can easily customize a Voice Levels Poster to meet your school’s needs to help everyone communicate in your positive school climate today.
We also make other types of posters, including the eight pillars of character, rule posters, student spotlight frames, and more.
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