RAHWAY — On Jan. 26, Roosevelt School in Rahway held a “Paws” for Puzzles and Games Day. As a reward in the Positive Behavior Support in Schools program, students and teachers took a break to enjoy a fun afternoon together playing games.
The goal of the PBSIS program is to create positive learning environments that encourage and support pro-social student behavior at the school wide, classroom, and individual student levels using current research and validated practices in positive behavior support.
Second graders Nicole Dirmeitis, Andrew Fernandez and Anissa Crumpton are pictured enjoying a game of dominoes. (Photo courtesy of Roosevelt School)
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