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School leaders develop guidelines for behavior such as respect, responsibility

1:41 AM, Feb. 6, 2013
KathiStebbins-Hintz
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Wisconsin Rapids School District leaders say they're taking a proactive approach to encourage appropriate student behavior.

Known as positive behavior instruction, the concept of teaching students so-called soft skills, such as respect and responsibility, has become a growing trend across the state and nation, said Kathi Stebbins-Hintz, director of curriculum and instruction for the district.

"Students come to school without the soft skills sometimes," Stebbins-Hintz said. "We've come to recognize that we need to teach these soft skills." ...

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