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WCHS students find positive behavior rewarding
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Warren County High School is once again focusing on positive behavior for students by rewarding good behavior throughout the school year.The School Wide Positive Behavior System has been a success, according to Monti Hillis, WCHS assistant principal for academic and student support.Hillis said, “The success of our program has led to our school being asked to present at the state conference in Nashville in November. The purpose of our presentation will be to share our experiences with School Wide Positive Behavior Support, particularly with other high schools.”Hillis said WCHS has been on a three-year journey that began with installing a discipline tracking program to identifying problems and targeting solutions.She said year one was primarily used for research and data gathering and for building the foundation of the program. She said time was spent attending the annual conference, having professional development with groups of teachers and exploring how a positive behavior program would work for WCHS.In year two, implementation began.