JH Middle School hosts Quarterly Rec

JACKSON, Wyo. — At the end of each quarter, Jackson Hole Middle School hosts “Quarterly Rec,” a recognition of student adherence to middle school behavior and academic practices. On Friday, November 1, students will take a break from their regular classroom programs between 1:00 and 3:30 p.m. to celebrate their success.

“Quarterly Rec is a cornerstone to our PBIS system (Positive Behavior in Schools) which reinforces the student behaviors we want to reinforce—being safe, being responsible, being kind and being respectful as well as focusing on their academic efforts,” stated Principal Matt Hoelscher. “The middle school provides both short term incentives including the Colt store, Colt cards, and long-term incentives through partnerships with community organizations to reward students to offer Quarterly Rec.”

Students will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of community and school-based activities including bowling at Hole Bowl, cooking at Pinky Gs, heading to the skate park, the bouldering wall or trying out some fly-fishing lessons with Jackson Hole Fly Fishing School.

In recognition of the season, students will have the chance to celebrate the Day of the Dead with Latin dancing and other related activities.

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