C. Richard Applegate Elementary School

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How it Works

How it Works

(Staff uses data to make decisions regarding school behavior expectations.)

Common language is used to teach school wide expectations. Students receive regular and frequent opportunities to practice these expectations and are acknowledged when they implement the expectations during the regular school day. Adult-student contact focuses on positive reinforcement as opposed to negative reinforcement.

Consistent rewards and interventions are provided for all students.