Lumberport Elementary Students Rewarded for Good Work
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on October 24, 2012 @ 9:29PM
Created on October 23, 2012 @ 6:00PM
Kids at Lumberport Elementary School were rewarded for reaching their school goals on Wednesday and a lucky few got to celebrate by putting a pie in the face of their principal.
Every student at the school makes personal goals each quarter. Then, through the Positive Behavior Support Program there's a reward day for the ones who meet these goals.
"It shows that they can set a goal and that they know what's expected. We have expectations. Our theme here is, 'Set High Goals and Work to Achieve Them.' So every grading period they work for a number of times, bringing their homework, making sure they're in their seats and ready to go," said Lumberport Elementary Speech Pathologist Sharon Clagett.
Since the PTA Fall Fest is this Saturday, the school modeled this reward after the fall fest. Students got to do crafts, display their pumpkins and did some outdoor activities including hula-hooping and face painting.
The PTA's holding it's Fall Fest on Saturday to raise money for the new playgrounds. It's from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and everyone's welcome to go.
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