Gullett Elementary School students who demonstrated positive behavior in recent weeks earned themselves a dance party, of sorts.
All students who earned enough incentive tickets for exhibiting behavior that matches the school’s GATOR behavior expectations, such as getting along with others, telling the truth and doing your best, participated in a second-quarter Positive Behavior Support Program Assembly Feb. 3, at which students learned basic dance steps from JUMP Dance Co. owner Kerry Mynatt, and three staff members, Tony Pinho, Jules Jessup and Dori Sutherland.
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