Monday, February 12, 2018-Woodland, WA-Woodland Intermediate School's new Behavior Recognition and Academic Growth (BRAG) program improves student behavior and academic progress by acknowledging and encouraging students to achieve success with special lessons, awards, and competitions."We want to keep behavior and academic growth at the forefront of our students' minds, and BRAG does just that," explained Staci Aschoff, Leadership teacher for Woodland Intermediate School.Deputies learned Schlosser resides in foster home and suffers from a traumatic brain injury. Schlosser is familiar with MAX and Tri-Met and may likely try and use one or both for area transportation.If you see or have contact with Schlosser, please contact the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.
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"By celebrating their success, the BRAG program gives students tangible incentives to perform well in and out of school both academically and in terms of behavior." Each month, the entire school studies a new character trait or habit including learning how to incorporate the trait into their daily lives.
In January, students learned the importance of prioritizing important work, such as schoolwork, homework and chores, over playing games or enjoying recreational activities with a lesson called "Put First Things First." Throughout the month, teachers award BRAG points to students when they demonstrate principles of that month's trait, other good behavior, and for academic growth.
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