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Rewards/Recognitions

Rewards/Recognitions

Recognition and Reward Programs

The school offers a variety of meaningful, motivation reward and recognition programs. Student accomplishments in the areas of academic achievement, effort, sportsmanship, leadership, and extra curricular activities are recognized through:

* Flag Salute

*Super Timberwolf Awards

*PTA programs

*ASB, Student Council

*Reading Programs, AR

*Wolf Warrants

*Principal's Signature Cards

*Park with the Principals (100 wolf warrants)

*End of Semester Awards

 

Visit to the Principal's Office

Students are frequently sent to the principal's office for "a job well done." Don't forget to ask them what they did to earn their special trip.

 

Friday School Spirit and Flag Salute Assemblies

A school-wide assembly will be held the first two Fridays of the month at 8:55am on the playground blacktop. 1st-2nd grade will be honored on the first Friday of each month, and 3rd-5th grade on the second Friday of the month. We encourage all parents and friends to attend this assembly. Students will be recognized and rewarded for academic achievement, excellent citizenship, superior conduct and noteworthy participation in school programs and activities (Super Timberwolf Awards). Students are encouraged to wear our school spirit shirts, school colors (purple and blue), or school appropriate Superhero attire.

 

Honor Roll

Honor Roll School Wide Criteria: A student must receive at least three “A”s and two “B”s, in the academic areas, to be considered for honor roll. IN ADDITION, the student must not have any minuses in the life skills portion of the report card AND may not have an “N” in any effort area.