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CES students get perfect behavior scores

Campbellsville Elementary School students were recently honored for their perfect behavior.

 

At CES, teachers use the Class Dojo system to track students’ behavior.

 

Students can receive Dojos for staying on task, being kind to others and much more. They can also have their Dojos taken away for not behaving well.

 

Teachers give rewards for students who have a specific number of Dojos at the end of the week.

 

In Tonya Hagan’s class, students who received 100 percent positive Dojos during a recent week were recognized.

 

They are Journey Webb, Londyn Smith, Briana Wooley, Alex Mixtega, Eric Mixtega, Nadia Taylor, Ammarissa Nunez, Kierra Maupin and Owen Skaggs.

 

Tonya Hagan’s students recently honored for receiving 100 percent positive Dojos during a recent week include, from left, front, Journey Webb, Londyn Smith and Briana Wooley. Back, Eric Mixtega, Alex Mixtega, Nadia Taylor, Ammarissa Nunez, Kierra Maupin and Owen Skaggs.

Tonya Hagan’s students recently honored for receiving 100 percent positive Dojos during a recent week include, from left, front, Journey Webb, Londyn Smith and Briana Wooley. Back, Eric Mixtega, Alex Mixtega, Nadia Taylor, Ammarissa Nunez, Kierra Maupin and Owen Skaggs.





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