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Rosemount Elementary School principal Tom Idstrom is pictured with one of the first students recognized for good behavior. The student is holding a giant-sized version of the ticket staff members will hand out.

Learning to do things the Irish Way

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Paper tickets, bright yellow t-shirts and binders full of statistics just might hold the key to better behavior at Rosemount Elementary School.

On Monday, RES staff and administrators introduced a new program known to adults as Positive Behavior Intervention and Support and to students as The Irish Way. It's a new way of looking at student behavior, a new way of tracking problem areas and making sure everybody is behaving the way they should.

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