Schriever Elementary School

School Wide Expectations



Practice Respect

Accept Responsibility

Work Together

Safety Matters

Conduct Rewards

August - Extra Recess

September - Dress Down

October - Extra Recess

November - Dress Down

December - Pajama Jam

February - Extra Recess

March - Dress Down

April - Extra Recess


1st Nine Weeks - HLB Pep Rally

2nd Nine Weeks - Pajama Jam

3rd Nine Weeks - PBIS Booster Session


1st Semester - Peltier Park | January, 2018

2nd Semester - Bowling | May, 2018


Homework Tips

Help your child with time  management by setting a time each day for doing homework.

Be positive about homework.  Your attitude about school and homework will be the attitude your child acquires.

PBIS Activities / Cub Cash

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) cover a sweeping set of principles that can help schools guide students toward positive behavior and improved discipline. Rather than focusing on changing the student, PBIS encourages students to change themselves by guiding them with environmental change and teaching consequences.

Daily Conduct Rewards

Throughout the day, the students can earn “Cub Cash” by any faculty member for exhibiting characteristics of PAWS. (Pre-K may be on a different day as it fits into their schedule) Students can redeem the Cub Cash for privileges/tangible rewards at the PAW-Mart store on the day they visit the library. Cub Cash should be kept at school in the classroom.

Book of Winners

Each day, all K-3 homeroom teachers will select a student who demonstrated their best P.A.W.S. behavior. Students will receive a certificate to be brought to the office to sign the “Book of Winners”. Students’ names will be announced during the morning announcements the following morning.

Bus of Winners

Students are recognized by the bus drivers daily for following all P.A.W.S. bus expectations. Students receive a certificate from the driver and sign the "Bus of Winners" Poster located in the hallway near the office.

Weekly Conduct Reward

Students who receive all A’s or B’s in conduct and have no unexcused tardies or absences for the week (Monday-Thursday) will be rewarded with a dress down day on Friday.

Monthly Conduct Rewards

Once a month students who have weekly averages of A or B during the month, with no daily averages of D’s or F’s, have not received an office referral for the month, and have no unexcused tardies or absences for the month. will be rewarded with a special treat. Monthly incentives will be posted on the PBIS bulletin board in the main hallway and throughout the school. 

9 Weeks Conduct Rewards

Four times a year at the conclusion of each nine weeks grading period- Students who have maintained a weekly average of A or B in conduct for the nine weeks grading period, without a D or F daily conduct grade for any given day, have not received a bus/office referral, have no unexcused tardies or absences during the nine weeks grading period will be rewarded with a conduct reward. Event details will be decided on each 9 weeks by the PBIS committee.

"A" Conduct Reward / Semester

Twice a year – At the end of each semester -Fall semester (December)/ Spring semester (May), students who maintained a weekly conduct average of A for each week of the semester and have no unexcused tardies or absences for the sememster, while at Schriever Elementary will be invited to attend a special “A” conduct event. 

Individual Classroom Rewards

Classrooms may create their own acknowledgement systems to compliment the school wide systems with approval from the administration.

Student of the Month

Each class will determine one student to represent their class as student of the month. Student names will be posted on the parent newsletter each month. Students will take a picture to be displayed on the television near the office and receive a yard sign to be taken home.

Third Grade Mentors

Each nine weeks 3rd grade students are selected by the school counselor to be mentors. Students are assigned a day of the week to assist Kindergarten and first graders during recess. Mentors also assist with “Booster Sessions” and other events throughout the school year.