WTS RISE Newsletter
Respect Individuals Self and Environment
What is RISE?
New Teacher welcome and competition at the RISE Rollout Assembly in September.
Students in their grade level spirit shirts ready for the RISE assembly!
Mr. Aswegan and the 8th graders preparing for 'who can be loudest/most spirited' competition during the RISE Rollout Assembly
In order to help reinforce the positive behaviors and expectations that we hold everyone to, all students have the opportunity everyday to earn PAWS cards. Students are recognized for their positive behaviors through receipt of a PAWS card (Positive Award Winning Student). These cards can be placed in a weekly drawing or used at the school store. Prizes include things like a pass to the front of the lunch line, first access to playground equipment, first dismissal from the lunch table, or an extra chair at the lunch table.
Gaga Ball Pit
The Gaga ball pit has been installed at Webster!
Parent Tips for using RISE
Three simple steps that will help connect our RISE expectations with those in students everyday lives:
1. Ask your child to tell you the three school rules: Respect for Individual, Self & Environment
2. Ask for an example of each way they can demonstrate each rule at school.
3. Discuss with your child ways that they can demonstrate these rules at home or in the community.