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EMS Challenge Spanish Class quinceanera presentation at the University of Wyoming

students passing around and eating homemade tortillas

Making Tortillas

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Our silly Familia in Spanish

2 Girls learning

Learning the colors in Spanish

7th Grade wearing plaid doing crazy poses

Awkward Family Photo Day!


Dear Parents/Guardians,
Our school is participating in Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support (PBIS).
What is Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support?
The process focuses on improving positive behavior for all students.
What is PBIS at our school?
We have adopted a set of school-wide rules. You will see these rules posted throughout the school and your child learned about them during his or her first week at school.
We will continue to review them throughout the year in our Home Room Classes. Our 3 Expectations are as follows:
 Evanston Wolverines will: Be Safe, Be Respectful, & Be Responsible
A behavior matrix with 3-5 rules under each expectation in each common area of the school is found in your child’s student planner. Other rules and consequences are located in the student planner as well.
As part of our PBIS process, we will be rewarding students who are following the rules through a ticket system, which includes weekly drawings for prizes.
If you have questions or would like to contribute ideas or prizes to Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support, please feel free to contact one of your child’s teachers, the school counselor (Mr. Kent), or the   Principal (Mr. Christenot).
Evanston Middle School PBIS Team
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