Pull a name from the Mystery Hero jar. Don't say their name, but let kids know you are watching your Mystery Hero. If the Mystery Hero does a good job reward them, and if they aren't on their best behavior just say to the class that the Mystery Hero needs
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Teacher picks a stick at the beginning of the day but doesn't tell kids who it is. If that student behaves well, they get a prize. If the mystery person did not behave their name goes back into the box and is never revealed.
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