Lunch Monitors is an easy-to-implement program that integrates general and special education students in the lunch room. The program also can reduce bullying and promotes positive peer interactions between students of all ages. Fifth grade students volunteer their recess time to monitor student behaviors in the lunchroom. Monitors work with a partner to correct misbehavior in a respectful manner and award tickets to students who show appropriate behaviors. Students can earn lunchroom privileges in monthly ticket drawings. Being a monitor helps students learn to work with others, initiate and maintain conversations, develop and recognize appropriate social skills, serve as role models, and build self-esteem. The presence of the Lunch Monitors in the cafeteria also motivates students to behave appropriately.