St. Joseph School was “Positively Rockin” Aug. 26 as Guy Lewis played his mandolin, acoustic guitars, and electric guitars and musically promoted positive behaviors. He told students they are all special and need to use their talents throughout the year. “No two of you are the same. You are each made special by God and just like snowflakes are all different but have special talents to share with each other,” he said. Guy said students should respect themselves and each other, tenets that fit with the school’s SHIELD program, launched last year. Students joined in playing instruments and dancing with teachers and staff. New physical education teacher Austin Johns showed eighth-graders some cool robot dance moves. The afternoon ended with fourth grade teacher Angie Eads leading the students in a train dance around the building.