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SHS Student-Athlete Leaders volunteer w/ Main Street Event
SHS Student-Athlete Leaders volunteer w/ Main Street Event
Ryan Scott
Thursday, May 17, 2018

Main Street PBIS 4th Quarter Celebration @ Forest Park

(SHS Student-Athlete Leader “stations”) w/ ARAMARK “cook-out

Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) is a system for promoting appropriate/desired actions & attitudes. This portion is considered TIER I or “universal” & consistent for ALL students. Students are “celebrated” for positive behavior frequently. This is immediate & specific feedback & we often make positive referral parent phone calls. We want students to receive more positive feedback than negative.

Each quarter, students earn a reward with consistent positive behavior performance. We have high expectations & are proud that 92.4% of the over (300) students were eligible for the 4th quarter special reward. Our goal is to keep working toward 100%.

On Wednesday, May 16th, Main Street eligible students rode a bus (1st Grade) or walked (2nd & 3rd Grade) to Forest Park. The students enjoyed a “cook-out” style meal with grilled hamburgers & hot dogs, chips and a popsicle provided by Aramark. The students also had grade-level assigned time for “free play” on the equipment.

However, the highlight of the experience was the sport station rotations with current Shelbyville High School Student-Athlete Leaders. The students volunteered time as they were final exam exempt. Most of these student-athletes were seniors and leaders on their athletic teams. I am proud that almost all of them are past students of mine.

Thank you, to Shelbyville Athletic Director, Tony Pullen, for organizing these athletes & placing value on these types of experiences serving & leading w/ the athletes.

All 1st – 3rd grade boys had special time with their high school “heroes” focusing on football, basketball & baseball. Each station was (30) minutes.

Football: The boys learned and practiced to receive handoffs, make “juke moves,” run pass patterns and catch with hands versus “trap” the ball & punt. They received modeling & direct instruction from the SHS athletes. They also encouraged the students.

Basketball: The boys practiced dribbling basics, lay-ups, mid-range shooting as well as played some traditional games like “knock-out.”

Baseball: The boys had time to individually have some hitting practice with a whiffle ball & bat as well as some time to play a game practicing strategy and fielding.

ALL 1st – 3rd grade girls had special time focusing on Volleyball, cheerleading & softball.

Volleyball: The girls learned basic fundamentals starting with appropriate “ready position,” placement of hands & strategy for bumping and setting as well as some overhead hitting.

Cheerleading: The girls started with stretching & then learned a sideline routine and practiced basic moves such as “cart-wheels.”

Softball: The girls had time to individually have some hitting practice with a whiffle ball & bat as well as some time to play a game practicing strategy and fielding.

pictured (left or right): (front row): Maggie Furr, Blair Rodman, Allison Schuricht, Emily Hicks, Mallorie Mason, Bre Vice, Emme Snider, Sydney Trainor, Emilee Storm (back row): Turner Pullen, Gavin Stockdale, Cam Rolley, Peyton Howell, Shayla Darnell, Derek Fisher, Mason Cameron, Kade Kull, Eli Houska, Noah Trimble, Brett Spears, Will Miller

Thank you again to the Shelbyville High School Student-Athlete Leaders!