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FMS rewards students for PRIDE

Oct 06, 2016

Fairfield Middle School officials announced the September winners for its Positive Behavior Interventions and Support — Trojan PRIDE drawing.

“Fairfield Middle School is in its seventh year as a PBIS school,” said FMS associate principal Matt Jones. “PBIS stands for Postitive Behavior Interventions and Supports. This program has helped us create a school climate that is safe and orderly. Students are expected to have Trojan PRIDE at all times, in all school settings.”

PRIDE, Jones explained, stands for:

Prepared to learn

Respectful to self and others

Integrity in our actions


Environmentally safe and aware

“The students get rewarded for consistently good behavior, going above and beyond school expectations, or making improvements in their behavior,” said Jones. “PRIDE tickets are given to these students, and we have a drawing at the end of the month.”

Fairfield Middle School students whose names were drawn in the September Trojan PRIDE were:

Fifth-graders ­— Carter Moore, Rowan Terrell, Lucy Kuehl, Maddie Jones, Lauren Steigleder, Brandon Brinkschroeder, Deryck Heald, Hailey Ryan, Marcus Trent, Samuel Weaton, Jersey Money, David Creer, Jayden Murphey, Spencer Vaughan, and Seth Hollander.

Sixth-graders — Tate Allen, Tisha Brinkschroeder, Preston Stevenson, Lydelle Turner, Nolan Oliver, Nile Christensen, Paris Thommen, Eile Brookman, Jai Hagans, Brookelyn Silvers, Emily Gerleman, Elizabeth Snelling, Lana Davis, and Troy Thomas.

Seventh-graders — Nate Smithburg, Hannah Simpson, Hannah Bergren, Joey Valdez, Logun Cline, Zack Wise, Jordan Pohren, Carter Harkins, Jayvin Guezimane, Hailey Triska, Jazmine Sanchez, Mason Riley, Cael McClaran, Chandra Camero, and Brandon Gerleman.

Eighth-graders — Christina Winland, Clare Else, Blake Metz, Claire Pettit, Ella Weigert, Levi Durbin, Juan Rojo, Daniel Baldosier, Julie Johannes, Jacob Watson, Charity Madison, Helen Drish, Puja Baral, Laila Henaghan, and Tristan Paton.

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