By: Cole Kell
According to pbis.org, Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an approach that schools use to promote school safety and good behavior. With PBIS, schools teach kids about behavior expectations and strategies. The focus of PBIS is prevention, not punishment. Many kids struggle with behavior in school. While this may sound complicated, it is a proactive approach to establishing behavioral supports and social culture and a clear framework that can easily help transform student behavior and culture within school or classroom. In school, it helps students and staff learn life skills to overcome challenges and gain success.
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By: Alyssa Wismar
The Squire’s spotlight is shining on Eisenhower senior Kayla Welsh this issue. With all of the dedication and work that is visibly put into all of her clubs and activities throughout the school, including being the President of the Senior Class, and members of various clubs, Welsh has repeatedly made a positive impact on Eisenhower and the student community around her, making her a perfect choice for the spotlight.
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By: Abe Wolf
For the mid-winter issue, The Squire has turned its attention to a veteran teacher here at Eisenhower: Ms. Ludwig. She is an English and Language Arts Teacher, particularly for ninth, tenth, and twelfth grade, and is the advisor for the Academic Bowl team. She is a resident of Warren, Pennsylvania and has two golden-doodles, Phoenix and Murphy. The Squire took the time to partake in an email interview with Ludwig to learn more about her, the reason she teaches, and the interests she has.
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