William Floyd Middle School hosts PBIS Student-Teacher Luncheon


William Floyd Middle School recently held a PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) Luncheon in which students and teachers dined together on a menu catered by Aramark, the school district’s food services provider.

As part of this special luncheon, students were given the opportunity to nominate a teacher that they feel exemplifies the characteristics of PBIS with their “Colonial Cash,” William Floyd Middle School currency that students receive throughout the school year for various positive acts such as showing kindness, being respectful, helping others, being responsible and more. When a nominated teacher was selected for the luncheon, the students that nominated that teacher were entered into a random drawing to eat with that particular teacher.

The menu for the afternoon celebration included summer pear salad with raspberry vinaigrette dressing, grilled balsamic chicken with bruschetta, battered New England potatoes with chives, haricot verts almondine and strawberry shortcake for dessert.

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