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EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
First-grader Nicte-ha Espinosa runs through slapping her fellow students’ hands and her parents, Ana and Humberto Espinosa, after receiving special recognition along with a student from each of the 17 classes Wednesday at Park Elementary School for Character Day. The students, teachers and parents were celebrating with a program called PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support). One student was chosen in each class who most lived up to the attribute of the month, in this case, respect. They then combined it with a dress-up day.
EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
First-grader Nicte-ha Espinosa runs through slapping her fellow students’ hands and her parents, Ana and Humberto Espinosa, after receiving special recognition along with a student from each of the 17 classes Wednesday at Park Elementary School for Character Day. The students, teachers and parents were celebrating with a program called PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support). One student was chosen in each class who most lived up to the attribute of the month, in this case, respect. They then combined it with a dress-up day.
Friday, April 28, 2017 12:00 AM

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