On occasion one student will stand out for doing something great that nobody else in the class is doing. The person may be the sole student with an answer, to follow directions, turn in an assignment on time, or correctly. The student may just be the only one smiling or singing along, helping others in a quiet way, or have a clean desk. The idea is that sometimes students stand alone at doing great, but simple, things. We recognize them as the Lone Rangers of the room. When such classroom heroism is observed, the Lone Ranger lunchbox, inside which little treasures can be found, is unceremoniously passed to the student and they receive their "reward for helping the Sheriff restore order once again to our quiet little town."