Ceiling banners are hung in sequential order, and each one features a different core value, or word from the school’s PBIS acronym, such as ROAR. Each banner is customized to include your words, your theme, your mascot or logo and school colors. Banners are printed on both sides of coroplast, a lightweight corrugated plastic, and feature grommets in the upper corners. Learn more about PBIS ceiling signs at mascotjunction.com.
Explore design options for PBIS banners at MascotJunction.com. See examples of matrix, rules, expectations, voice level, acronym and theme banners designed by experts. Each banner is built around your PBIS, or character education program and features a kid-friendly version of your mascot demonstrating targeted behaviors like respect, responsibility, safety and others. Theme banners often contain an acronym like SOAR, ROAR, PAWS or PRIDE.
PBIS Banners from Mascot Junction feature a kid-friendly version of your school mascot, along with whatever message you want to include. This banner features our Raven mascot. Mascot Junction has more than 120 kid-friendly mascots to choose from. Each has more than 80 illustrations in its clip art sets. Mascot Junction can also work with your existing mascot when custom designing banners, signs and posters for your school.
PBIS rules posters and banners, by Mascot Junction, are customized with YOUR rules, YOUR colors, YOUR PBIS theme and YOUR school mascot. These posters are printed on banner material – 13oz vinyl for added durability. Unlike paper that can tear, even when laminated, this vinyl is extremely tough and will last for years. These posters feature our bobcat mascot, but we have more than 100 other kid-friendly mascots that are perfect for any elementary school with a PBIS program. We also have more “edgy” looking mascot designs and graphics for middle and high schools with positive behavior programs. Learn more at mascotjunction.com
Get these viking banners customized for your school with YOUR words and YOUR colors. This viking mascot is the foundation for a PBIS Roll Out Kit that includes clip art sets featuring 80 illustrations of the kid-friendly character. We use the illustrations to design rules posters, matrix banners, signs, award certificates, and a wide array of products to help make it mean something special to your students to be part your Viking Community. Learn more about what’s in a PBIS Roll Out Kit™, the more-than-100 other mascots like the viking at mascotjunction.com.
The wildcats ROAR banner is customized with your message in the banner and with your school colors. Explore the wildcat PBIS Roll Out Kit™, which includes rules posters, matrix posters, 80 wildcat clip art images, award certificates, gotcha rewards, hallway street signs, safety signs, t-shirts and even a wildcat mascot costume. The Wildcat Roll Out Kit helps build a strong sense of community around being a wildcat. It’s ideal for schools with a PBIS program looking for ways to create a healthy learning culture and climate. Fill your school with positive messages and images. Use your wildcat mascot as a positive behavior role model. The wildcat clip art images feature the wildcat doing activities related to school, sports, holidays, and demonstrating positive behaviors. There is a whole clip art set, of 40 images, dedicated just to positive behavior. You get illustrations of the wildcat demonstrating respect, responsibility, safety, kindness, empathy, leadership, diversity, anti-bullying and more.
All the the posters, banners and signs are customized with your school colors and details from your PBIS matrix and behavior expectations, or rules. Download a Wildcat Catalog and explore all the possibilities at Mascot Junction.
PBIS banners from Mascot Junction are customized for your school to include a kid-friendly version of your mascot, school colors, school name and any type of message or theme. We have more than 80 kid-friendly mascots, and each has more than 80 clip art illustrations of them demonstrating positive behavior, school activities, sports, holidays and special occasions. Use banners to brand your school.