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Last Friday, WGHS students were rewarded with a Grill-n-Chill for being “their best every day” by our PBIS team.
by Lauren Brandt
Last Friday, nearly 700 WGHS students were rewarded with a Grill-n-Chill for being “their best every day” by our PBIS team.
Students who met the requirements, which Mrs. Smith informed were “no ISS/OSS, 3 or fewer tardies, 3 or fewer excused and unexcused absences, and passing all their classes,” were able to go outside and pick up their food. She added, “[Students] could enjoy their lunch outside or in the cafeteria.” There were fun games, like hacky sack and spikeball, and a DJ for students that chose to stay outside.
Originally, Mrs. Smith explained, “We wanted to feed everyone Striplings burgers, have a DJ playing music, let people play out on the [football] field or chill out in the bleachers, and Scoops was coming.” This had to change due to issues with weather. She added, “It’s hard to pivot and coordinate all those activities from one place to another.”
Scoops is rescheduled to be in the cafeteria for students to purchase on May 16 during all lunch periods.
Preparation for the Grill-n-Chill has many aspects that most people don’t realize. Mrs. Smith revealed, “The integrity of the data is a challenge every time... the county doesn't have just one report,” so the PBIS team has to “go through every class and report.” Mrs. Smith stated, “It’s so tedious.”
Mrs. Smith said, “We’re going to continue with what worked and make it better with more activities.”
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