Caleb Baudoin, Chad Stelly, Dax Hoffpauir, and Colin Babineaux were among several Dozier Elementary students who dressed in camouflage clothes on their "PBIS Wild Dress Day."
On February 17, 2012, Dozier Elementary hosted a PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) celebration. The PBIS program allowed students to participate in "Wild Day" activities. If the students earned enough Bobcat Bucks, they were able to dress in "wild life" clothes such as camouflage, animal prints, etc. The "Wild Day" program was spearheaded by Assistant Principal Natalie Hebert and the PBIS team.
During the afternoon, Tim Davison, presented "Wildlife Encounters... Wonders of the Rainforest" and shared several animals with the students.
The PBIS program is used parish wide to create positive school environments for the students.