Fremont City School District
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Well-Behaved Birds

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Otis Elementary has lots of fun and exciting things happening to help encourage good behavioral choices. PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention Supports, a proactive framework for teaching and modeling good behavior. Daily behavior is monitored via colored behavior charts in each classroom. Students are able to move their clothespin up and down along a behavior chart to reflect their choices. Although one might have had a bad morning in which they had to move down the chart, he/she then can work on changing their behavior throughout the day in order to move back up of the chart.

Embedded in this practice is the belief that students can “redeem themselves,” thus encouraging positive choices in every situation. When students go above and beyond the expectations that are set for the school/classroom, they can clip-off onto the classroom “Cardy the Cardinal” for extra recognition. Monthly incentives for good behavior include fun events such as The Spooky Lunch, extra recesses, ice cream parties, PJ’s and a movie, glow stick dance parties and more.

Every month we offer a different activity in which students really enjoy participating. New this year to the Otis PBIS program is “The Cardy Club,” which recognizes seven outstanding students each quarter. The most rewarding part of membership in The Cardy Club is being allowed to wear the club t-shirt each Friday. These are just a few of the ways we ensure students making good behavioral choices receive the attention they deserve!


Next Board of Education Meeting-Regular Meeting-February 21, 2017-5:30p.m.-Fremont Middle School,1250 North Street


Dear Fremont Community:

Happy New Year and welcome to 2017!

January is School Board Recognition Month and Fremont City Schools is joining districts throughout Ohio in recognizing the significant contributions school board members make in their communities. Our school district is appreciative of the countless volunteer hours our Board members contribute by attending district-level meetings, working on committees, developing policies, and attending school events.

Our school district is very fortunate to have five very dedicated, caring individuals serving on the Fremont City Schools Board of Education. I commend our Board Members for their collaborative efforts in order to make Fremont City Schools an exemplary school district for our children.

Please join me in thanking our FCS Board for their commitment to our children’s education.

Sincerely,

Dr. Traci McCaudy, Superintendent

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