Showing off positive traits


Heber Hunt families participate in PBS scavenger hunt

First-grader Caden Judd points out the phrase “Use good manners” on a sign in the lower level of Heber Hunt Elementary to her mom, Jennifer Judd, during Thursday night’s PBS Night. Families were encouraged to attend to learn more about the Positive Behavior Support program, followed by a scavenger hunt through the building to find PBS terms such as the Heber Hunt Pledge, “Be respectful, be responsible, be safe, be a learner.” The program focuses on recognizing students’ good behavior while at school.


Bonnie Brown and first-grader Aydrie Brown study their PBS Night scavenger hunt sheet to come up with a game plan before walking through the building. Once each family completed the task, the students were rewarded with a treat bag, including Tiger Tickets that can be used at the Tiger Den Cart at Heber Hunt. Students are rewarded for good behavior throughout the year with Tiger Tickets, character assemblies and character awards.


Second-grader Sienna Contreras and third-grader Aliah Miller wait as Pete Contreras checks off an item on their scavenger hunt sheets after Sienna and Miller spotted the “Respectful” sign hanging by the Heber Hunt Elementary front office.


Katie Jackson explains to her son, kindergartner Trenton Jackson, about the items on one of the book fair tables during Heber Hunt Elementary PBS Night before learning about the Positive Behavior Support program and participating in the scavenger hunt.


Matthew Pospisil stands behind his two sons, second-grader Kasey Pospisil and kindergartner Austin Pospisil, as they each get a slice of pizza from Heber Hunt Elementary teachers. During the evening, Principal Brendan Eisenmenger talked about the new Sedalia School District 200 app and other communication tools used by the school.


Heber Hunt families participate in PBS scavenger hunt

First-grader Caden Judd points out the phrase “Use good manners” on a sign in the lower level of Heber Hunt Elementary to her mom, Jennifer Judd, during Thursday night’s PBS Night. Families were encouraged to attend to learn more about the Positive Behavior Support program, followed by a scavenger hunt through the building to find PBS terms such as the Heber Hunt Pledge, “Be respectful, be responsible, be safe, be a learner.” The program focuses on recognizing students’ good behavior while at school.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD100915PBSnight.jpgFirst-grader Caden Judd points out the phrase “Use good manners” on a sign in the lower level of Heber Hunt Elementary to her mom, Jennifer Judd, during Thursday night’s PBS Night. Families were encouraged to attend to learn more about the Positive Behavior Support program, followed by a scavenger hunt through the building to find PBS terms such as the Heber Hunt Pledge, “Be respectful, be responsible, be safe, be a learner.” The program focuses on recognizing students’ good behavior while at school.

Bonnie Brown and first-grader Aydrie Brown study their PBS Night scavenger hunt sheet to come up with a game plan before walking through the building. Once each family completed the task, the students were rewarded with a treat bag, including Tiger Tickets that can be used at the Tiger Den Cart at Heber Hunt. Students are rewarded for good behavior throughout the year with Tiger Tickets, character assemblies and character awards.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD100915PBSnight2.jpgBonnie Brown and first-grader Aydrie Brown study their PBS Night scavenger hunt sheet to come up with a game plan before walking through the building. Once each family completed the task, the students were rewarded with a treat bag, including Tiger Tickets that can be used at the Tiger Den Cart at Heber Hunt. Students are rewarded for good behavior throughout the year with Tiger Tickets, character assemblies and character awards.

Second-grader Sienna Contreras and third-grader Aliah Miller wait as Pete Contreras checks off an item on their scavenger hunt sheets after Sienna and Miller spotted the “Respectful” sign hanging by the Heber Hunt Elementary front office.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD100915PBSnight3.jpgSecond-grader Sienna Contreras and third-grader Aliah Miller wait as Pete Contreras checks off an item on their scavenger hunt sheets after Sienna and Miller spotted the “Respectful” sign hanging by the Heber Hunt Elementary front office.

Katie Jackson explains to her son, kindergartner Trenton Jackson, about the items on one of the book fair tables during Heber Hunt Elementary PBS Night before learning about the Positive Behavior Support program and participating in the scavenger hunt.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD100915PBSnight4.jpgKatie Jackson explains to her son, kindergartner Trenton Jackson, about the items on one of the book fair tables during Heber Hunt Elementary PBS Night before learning about the Positive Behavior Support program and participating in the scavenger hunt.

Matthew Pospisil stands behind his two sons, second-grader Kasey Pospisil and kindergartner Austin Pospisil, as they each get a slice of pizza from Heber Hunt Elementary teachers. During the evening, Principal Brendan Eisenmenger talked about the new Sedalia School District 200 app and other communication tools used by the school.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD100915PBSnight5.jpgMatthew Pospisil stands behind his two sons, second-grader Kasey Pospisil and kindergartner Austin Pospisil, as they each get a slice of pizza from Heber Hunt Elementary teachers. During the evening, Principal Brendan Eisenmenger talked about the new Sedalia School District 200 app and other communication tools used by the school.

First-grader Caden Judd points out the phrase “Use good manners” on a sign in the lower level of Heber Hunt Elementary to her mom, Jennifer Judd, during Thursday night’s PBS Night. Families were encouraged to attend to learn more about the Positive Behavior Support program, followed by a scavenger hunt through the building to find PBS terms such as the Heber Hunt Pledge, “Be respectful, be responsible, be safe, be a learner.” The program focuses on recognizing students’ good behavior while at school.

Bonnie Brown and first-grader Aydrie Brown study their PBS Night scavenger hunt sheet to come up with a game plan before walking through the building. Once each family completed the task, the students were rewarded with a treat bag, including Tiger Tickets that can be used at the Tiger Den Cart at Heber Hunt. Students are rewarded for good behavior throughout the year with Tiger Tickets, character assemblies and character awards.

Second-grader Sienna Contreras and third-grader Aliah Miller wait as Pete Contreras checks off an item on their scavenger hunt sheets after Sienna and Miller spotted the “Respectful” sign hanging by the Heber Hunt Elementary front office.

Katie Jackson explains to her son, kindergartner Trenton Jackson, about the items on one of the book fair tables during Heber Hunt Elementary PBS Night before learning about the Positive Behavior Support program and participating in the scavenger hunt.

Matthew Pospisil stands behind his two sons, second-grader Kasey Pospisil and kindergartner Austin Pospisil, as they each get a slice of pizza from Heber Hunt Elementary teachers. During the evening, Principal Brendan Eisenmenger talked about the new Sedalia School District 200 app and other communication tools used by the school.

Photos by Nicole Cooke | Democrat

Sedalia Democrat

Photos by Nicole Cooke | Democrat

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