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PBIS Rules Posters For Elementary Schools

PBIS Rules Posters from Mascot Junction feature your school mascot visually demonstrating the positive behaviors of your school’s PBIS program. Each poster is customized with YOUR rules, YOUR colors, YOUR PBIS theme and YOUR school mascot. We have more than 100 kid-friendly mascots in our library, so no matter what your mascot is, we can design, print and deliver PBIS rules posters for you. In some cases, it’s desirable to indicate appropriate voice level for a particular part of the school, so we can add a voice level graphic that uses your mascot holding up an appropriate number of fingers to indicate voice level. Learn more at

PBIS Rules Posters Bulldog

Bulldog rules posters are for schools with PBIS or positive behavior programs.

Rule Poster Design Options for PBIS Schools

Mascot Junction offers an array of poster design options for your PBIS rules. Many schools choose to use their mascot as a role model to demonstrate the positive behaviors in their program. Some schools want to use their own mascot, instead of Mascot Junction’s kid-friendly cartoon characters, and we are glad to accommodate that. High schools often want to simply use their logo, and in some cases, the schools doesn’t even have a logo or mascot. In all cases, our design staff is glad to work with you to come up with a solution that is right for your school. Visit to see all the possibilities.


Viking Rules Posters

Choose from two styles of Viking Rules Posters for your school’s PBIS program. The kid-friendly viking mascot visually demonstrates the positive behaviors included in your PBIS matrix. Simple send us your matrix and we’ll make up a set of rules posters for each part of your school.

Viking Rules Posters

Viking Rules Posters are for PBIS schools, and feature a kid-friendly viking mascot demonstrating positive behavior.

The viking rules posters are part of a PBIS Roll Out Kit™ by Mascot Junction. Roll Out Kits include rules posters, matrix banners, signs, clip art sets, award certificates, gotcha rewards, coloring sheets, temporary tattoos and even mascot costumes. Virtually everything you need to create a mascot-centric school climate designed around your PBIS program. Learn more at

PBIS Poster Ideas Featuring School Mascots

Use your PBIS Posters to create a strong sense of community, and teach students how to make good decisions, with a message like these samples. Building your school culture around your mascot is a very sound idea. Children readily accept mascots because they are fun and engaging. They give educators a fun, friendly and very visual tool for constructing a behavioral expectation platform. The emotional incentives for students to belong to the “lion pride,” or whatever your mascot’s community is called, is incredibly powerful. Kids want to have lion friends and enjoy social success within the lion pride. They are more apt to grasp and embrace the lion rules and behavioral expectations. They give the children a road map for social success. “This is how a lion would do it,” gives them a very clear and self-relatable example for them to imitate and learn from. The welcome posters in these samples set the stage for a mascot-centric culture. Start your new school year out right, and get a Welcome Poster from Mascot Junction that features a kid-friendly version of your mascot today! Visit to find your mascot and learn more.

PBIS Poster Ideas Lion Patriot Stallion Mascot

These PBIS Posters feature a welcome message from the school mascot, telling students what it means to be part of the mascot’s community.

Knight Mascot Clip Art Bundles

Knight Mascot Clip Art Illustrations

Knight Mascot Clip Art Illustrations

See 80 clip art illustrations of this Knight Mascot at The knight clip art images portray the mascot doing activities related to school, sports, holidays and positive behavior. The Positive Behavior clip art set features the knight doing things like washing his hands in the bathroom, putting things away in their proper place, respecting teachers, bus drivers and crossing guards. There are knight clip art images representing respect, responsibility, safety, caring, kindness, leadership, diversity, anti-bullying and much more.

The Knight Mascot clip art images are also featured in PBIS posters, banners, signs, award certificates and other products designed to support PBIS programs. The kid-friendly Knight Mascot is ideal for elementary and middle schools striving to create a strong sense of community, and healthy learning environment. PBIS roll out kits help make it mean something special to be a knight. Students have knight friends and are part of the knight community. They have knight rules and a knight way of doing things. It’s helpful to teach students that, when making a decision, simply think of what a knight would do, and they’ll make a good decision, get good results and have a good time. It’s very simple, visual and effective.

PBIS Rules Posters feature the knight mascot visually demonstrating positive behavior in different parts of the school. There are ten different posters. One each for: hallways, cafeteria, bathroom, classroom, library, assemblies, pick-up/drop off area, playground, computer lab and the bus.

Matrix posters and banners feature the same illustrations of the Knight Mascot integrated into the matrix to make it more visually engaging and interesting.

Theme banners and welcome banners feature the knight mascot and an over-arching theme, determined by your school.

Learn more about all the products that come in the Knight Mascot PBIS Roll Out Kit at Mascot Junction.


Warrior Mascot Logo & Clip Art

Use this kid-friendly Warrior as your school mascot. Use the 90 clip art illustrations of the warrior to create a positive learning environment in your school. The clip art images portray the warrior doing activities related to school, sports, holidays and positive behavior. Many of the clip art images portray behaviors such as respect, responsibility, safety and others commonly used in PBIS programs. Also available are rule posters for different parts of the school, theme banners, safety signs, awards, t-shirts and virtually everything you need to bring your PBIS program to life, and create a highly engaging school climate where it means something special to be a warrior.

Warrior Mascot Clip Art Logo

Warrior Mascot Logo and Clip Art

The Warrior mascot can also be used if your mascot is a Chief, Brave, Blackhawk, Tomahawk, Cherokee, Chippewa, Choctaw, Seminole or any type of Indian.


Indian Mascot Poster to Wecome Students

Use an Indian Mascot Poster like these to teach students what it means to be part of your school’s tribe. Create a strong sense of community, whether your school mascot is an Indian, Chief, Brave or Choctaw, Mascot Junction can easily customize the message for your school. The Indian mascot clip art sets include more than 80 illustrations of the Indian mascot doing school related activities. We can easily change the color of his vest and headband to match your school colors. Learn more about the Indian Mascot at

Indian Mascot Welcome Poster PBIS

Indian Mascot Welcome Poster PBIS

Chiefs Welcome Poster PBIS School Braves Mascot Welcome Poster Warrior Welcome Poster PBIS

Grizzly Bear Mascot Graphics

The grizzly bear mascot graphics in our PBIS Roll Out Kits include more than 80 clip art illustrations of a kid-friendly grizzly bear. Many of the illustrations portray positive behavior. You also get the grizzly bear doing activities related to sports, holidays and every day school life.

Grizzly Bear Behavior Clip Art

This positive behavior clip art set features our grizzly mascot.

Grizzly Welcome Posters

The Grizzly Welcome Poster tells students what it’s like to be part of the grizzly community.

Grizzly PAWS Banner

This Grizzly Bear mascot banner is easily customized with themes like GROWL and ROARS.

How to Brand a School

How to Brand a School:

Branding a school is much more than just consistent use of school colors and a logo. In truth, a brand is really whatever people remember, and associate with, something – whether it’s a box of cereal or a school.

How to Brand a School

How to Brand a School: Use school colors consistently and use your mascot to create a strong sense of community.

So branding really has a lot to do with culture and climate. So after you’ve decorated your school with colorful posters and banners, turn to your mascot and think of ways to build a strong sense of community around being a tiger, eagle or bulldog. Make up a set of Tiger Rules. Teach kids about the Tiger Way. Call the school store Tiger Town. Reward positive behavior with Tiger Cash. Give out award certificates that feature your tiger actually demonstrating whatever the award is for. Yes – there is an easy way to do this, and I’ll tell you about it here soon.

Teach students, that whenever they have to make a decision, to think of what a tiger would do; and make sure they are surrounded by lots of visual examples of how tigers demonstrate positive behavior in different parts of the school. A great way to do this is to post Tiger Rules Posters in different parts of the school. For example, the Tiger Rules poster for the bathroom could show a tiger washing his hands. OK – so now you’re thinking “coming up with a picture of a tiger washing his hands is going to be a real trick.”

So here’s the easy way to flood your school with visual examples of your school mascot visually demonstrating positive behavior – Use a PBIS Roll Out Kit from Mascot Junction. These kits are available for more than 80 kid-friendly mascots. Each kit includes clip art images of your school mascot doing things like washing his hands, sharing toys, putting things away, respecting adults, demonstrating leadership and much more. Also included are posters, banners, signs, award certificates, gotcha rewards, t-shirts and even temporary tattoos. Everything features your school mascot, and everything is customized with your school logo, colors and details from your PBIS program.

Let Mascot Junction do all the hard work for you. All you do is roll it out!