CES students attend Indians' baseball game

Thursday, June 6, 2013
As a reward for good behavior 167 Cloverdale Elementary students attended an Indianapolis Indians game

On Thursday, May 16, 167 Cloverdale Elementary students, along with 20 chaperones, attended an Indianapolis Indians' baseball game.

Students were able to attend the game by saving their SCORE tickets, which are earned by displaying positive behavior choices through their PBS plan.

Central Elementary School students work on the following character traits throughout the year: S -- Solve problems peacefully; C -- Courteous to others; O -- Own your actions; R -- Respect self and others; E -- Everyone is responsible.

This is the third year that administrative assistant Brad Sandy has been able to offer the trip to students. Sandy states that there has been an increase in the number of students attending the game each year.

"Our PBS plan is working well at Cloverdale," said Sandy. "We have seen the number of negative behavior choices decrease since implementation of the plan."

Saving tickets for the baseball game is just one of the many incentives the students have. They also have monthly SCORE parties that have included root beer floats, cotton candy, popcorn, DJ dance music, s'mores and lots of door prizes that are given away.

Cloverdale Elementary Schol would like to thank the following businesses that gave financial support in order for the baseball game to become a reality. Those sponsors include: Brad Tucker, State Farm Insurance and Financial Services, First National Bank, Greencastle Physical Therapy, Spencer Evening World and Hoosier Topics.

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