Concerned about some students' behavior at Stewartville High School, the school's teachers and staff have developed their own behavioral intervention model. At an inservice last spring, a school committee focused on three characteristics to address concerns at SHS: accountability, involvement and respectfulness. The first letters of the three words, Accountable, Involved and Respectful, form a new acronym for SHS teachers, staff and students: AIR Tigers. Juliete Parlette, an English teacher at SHS, is one of 18 members of the committee that worked on coming up with the new intervention system. At a meeting on Monday evening, July 27, Parlette spoke to the School Board about the committee's work. "We all worked together and wanted to come up with a more effective discipline system," she said. "I would say, across the board, most of our staff were concerned about this." The three key words define what is expected of SHS students and staff, Parlette said in a PowerPoint presentation... For more on this story pick up your copy of the Aug. 11 Stewartville STAR.