Positive Behavior Starting to Stick at Flood Brook School

Positive Behavior Starting to Stick at Flood Brook School

Positive Behavior Starting to Stick at Flood Brook School

From left, students Thomas Gordon and Halyn McIntyre are shown with Flood Brook School principal Neal McIntyre, who good-naturedly consented to being duct taped to a wall in celebration of good student behavior.

From left, students Thomas Gordon and Halyn McIntyre are shown with Flood Brook School principal Neal McIntyre, who good-naturedly consented to being duct taped to a wall in celebration of good student behavior.

As part of Flood Brook School’s schoolwide system of behavior management, students earn individual tokens called pug marks for demonstrating positive behavior at school. They are collected daily and deposited into the school Puggy Bank, prominently displayed in the front office. When it is full, the students earn an impromptu, whole-school celebration. On Tuesday, October 11, Flood Brook students cashed in, and school principal Neal McIntyre agreed to be duct taped to the wall by all 285 students as they left the October All-School Meeting. A special thanks to Londonderry Hardware, who generously donated the duct tape for this fun celebration.

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