MHS Students Recognized for PBIS Character Traits

MHS Students Recognized Through PBIS Program

Murray High School freshman, sophomore, junior and senior students were recognized in a special positive behavior ceremony inside the Murray High School Bob Rogers Auxiliary Gym.

 

Implementing the Positive Behavior program at Murray High School (MHS) has enabled students to be recognized by MHS faculty and staff who value their accomplishments, while encouraging positive behavior. Approximately 280 students representing each respective grade level were nominated for ROAR rewards, which are based on the MHS positive behavior program. ® Respect, (O) On-Task, (A) Attitude and ® Responsible are the four positive behaviors represented.

 

Tony Jarvis, MHS principal, said the Murray High staff is so excited to have this program. "We are so excited to have this program operating at Murray High "Big shout out to both the students and the teacher leaders, Mrs. Gooch and Mr. Franklin who have worked at making this such a success."

 

 

In addition to weekly ROAR rewards drawings, a culminating end of the semester event occurs to encourage ore nominations.

 

"I love the fact that we’ve implemented PBIS. The goal is not to help create perfect children, but PBIS helps create a perfect environment for enhancing their growth not just as students but as humans." said Tyler Franklin, MHS instructor and co-director of the PBIS program.

 

Recently students were rewarded by grade level with a special treat ceremony sponsored by CFSB inside the MHS Auxiliary Gym.  The treats were given as rewards recognizing students who were nominated for the PBIS traits, while encouraging their positive behavior, and valuing their accomplishments.  

 

MHS PBIS co-director Emily Gooch said the program has made great strides since it began. “The immediacy and feedback to students on their positive behaviors, is really the part that is making a big difference since we’ve started PBIS.”   

     

 

 

PBIS Freshman Students:  Jonah Alton, Matthew Ashlock, Anne Atkins, Lewis Bell, Bailey Blankenship, Isabelle Bourne, Jayden Boyd, Taiveon Brown, Amolika Chanda, Mac Chiles, Jackson Clark, Nick Clinton, Grace Cunha, Leo D'Ambrosio, Cameron Davis, Waylon Downey, Farah El Beram, Scott Ethan, Aidan Farr, Tatum Faulkner, Brooklyn Fields, Jesus Figueroa, Macee Flores, Maddox Flores, Erin Ford, Regan Ford, Cyris Frank, Malaika Gachoka, Elly Grogan, Katja Ham, Tre Hardin, Ayllie Hernandez, Harleigh Hinton, Grace Howard, Miguel Ibarra, Will Imes, Leah Jenkins, Lily Johnson, Jeremiah Jones, Bella Karns, Preston Key, Lmar Khatib, Jackson Kimbro, Jimmy Kjellberg, Harper Lake, Susan Lewis, Grey Martin, Peyton Maxwell, Mason McCallum, Cora McConnell, LaDanian McCurdy-Milliken, Harley Mehr, Marli Mehta, Ollie Miller, Anna Belle Mills, Brandon Moreno, Noah Morris, Alyssa Myers, Michael Newton, Meyah Oliver, Jonathan Pacheco, Ella Parker, Khush Patel, Wednesday Roberts, Lucas Rocha, Max Rosa, Allyson Rossi, Raymond Ruch, III, Macy Saylor, Ginny Shelby, Sophia Spier, James Thomas, Tyson Vandenbrook, Allie Vonnahme, Kerry Vu, Kobe Watson, Kerigan Welsh, Ayamei Willett, Scott Winchester, Leanne Wortham, and Zellmer Collin.

 

PBIS Sophomore students:  Emma Alexander, Clayton Bazzell, Makira Bomar, Canyon Bourque, Kent Braden, Paris Brenchley, Zavion Carman, Ben Cauley, Sarah Cauley, Kylie Chapman, Andrew Clayborn, Haleigh Cline, Gini Cunningham, Ben Davis, Lucas Donnelly, Reese Downey, Conner Dudley, Jack Elmore, Lincoln English, Roxanne Esparza, Kai Felts, Bree Flippo, Giselle French, Francisco, Hailey Hale, Kiersten Hamlton, Joel Hayes, Lillian Higgins, Jackson Hill, Derryauna Hudspeth, Lily Johnson, Carter Koenig, Gideon Mathis, Abram McNutt, Miles Mitchell, Kelsey Morgan, Tanasia Nez, Kainoa Olive, Rianna Peng, Tony Pfannerstill, Matthew Phillips, Phalon Richardson, Jack Richie, Cejay Riley, Mize-Harper Sage, Mylee Smith, Eve Stark, Chandler Tidwell, Luke Tompkins, Carson Tucker, Ashley Vonhamme, Hiero Walter, Dyelan Westphal, Kasia Williams, Shane Wyatt, and Chayse Yearry.

 

PBIS Junior students:  Nafeesa Al Alou, Cortino Allen, Chloe Allison, JT Berberich, Coral Brogan, Ella Bryant, Cal Burgess, Sebastien Camfield, Riley Campbell, Madison Carson, Porter Chambers, Anna Chipman, Will Church, Gabe Crass, Sydney Custer, Cassie Darnell, Alyssa Daughrity, Bailey Derby, Ryann Doss, Dylan Doughtty, Ben Dunaway, Montavious Dunlap, Isaac Elkins, Emilee Eller, Ayden Farley, De Martajah Garvin Carson Gilliam, lilli Goheen, Jady Gonzalez, Gavin Harris, R lone Harris, Michael Heard, Zander Heard, Lauren Hendon, JKaleigha Hill, Cody Hodges, Lane Homes, Grace Howard, Maddie Howell, Garrett Jones, Kyra Jones, Ali Khatib, Catherine Kim, Carter Kimbro, Rachel Kjellbert, Bailey Lee, Milly Mackey, Irene Martin Castillo, Dylan MNcCallon, Mariam Michael, Nah Miller, Adrianna Moreno, Kam Murphy, Lyda Osborne, Kelly Parr, Luna Pitt, Christopher Powell, Abby Prather, Kyra Ramage, Bryan Reeves, Marlee Riddle, Meg Robinson, Lydia Schneider, Christian Seavers, Raegan Settle, Cammy Smith, Josh Tapp, Mia Tidwell, Jenna Turley, Tahlia Van Wambeke, Hayde Vega, Madison Vigin, Grant Whitaker, and Reese York.

 

PBIS Senior students:  Ainsley Byers, Amberly Bransford, Jackson Bell, Connor Blalock, Trey Boggess, Isaac Bourne, Hollie Bourque, Coral Brogan, Emily Burditt, Victoria Burton, Caden Cain, Natalie Coy, Luke Cross, Cassie Darnell, Gavin Daughaday, Jonathan Dick, Tae Doaks, Olivia Dooley, Joshua Eaton, Lacey Enlow, Gwen Falwell, Erin Faulkner, Manuel Figueroa, Kynzlee Fox, Caleb Gill, Carl Girth, Breanna Greer, Tyron Grogan, Wyatt Hampton, Danyra Hernandez, Enrique Hernandez, Langston Hill, Nick Holcomb, Emily Hopkins, Farris Howard, Mekhi Hudspeth, Jack Jones, Caden Kelley, Anthony Kleug, Caroline Koenig, Zach Lassiter, Keaton McCoy, Lucy Mitchell, Will Mitchum, ,Jade Oakley, Andrew Orr, Dhevin Patel, Amanda Peiffer, Eliana Purcell, Kyla Ray, Chase Renick, Bethany Seargent, Rowdy Sokowloski, Katelyn  Stanczyk, Tauete Vou, Blake Walker, Annabel Wilcher, Caleb Wyatt, and Cheyenne Wyatt.