Principal’s 100 rewards good behavior


Helena Buli

Principals 100 party on Thursday, March 18 in the cafeteria. Students being served Oram’s donuts.

Helena Buli, Editor-in-Chief Reflections Yearbook

The Principal’s 100 is a program to reward positive behavior, instead of putting attention onto negative behavior. Staff members give red cards to reward students that make good decisions, and white cards are to reward students who behave well constantly. There is a party held each semester for the students that get the white cards, and there are about 200 white cards given out each year.

Abigail Hunter was given two white cards, each by Mrs. Smithmyer. 

“I think the reason why I was picked is because I treat others how I want to be treated, and because I always turned in all my work on time,” Hunter also exclaimed how surprised she was about being picked the first time, and even more so the second. She commented about how good the donuts were from the party, and deemed them a worthy reward!

Eighth-grader Trista Somerville was also chosen by Mrs. Spiker to be in the Principals 100. 

“I did not expect to be chosen! I believe it was because I turned in all of my work on time, and I only just found out on Friday,” Trista exclaimed. Somerville was also very pleased with the party, and happy to be there.

“I’m the lucky guy that gets to announce the students that were picked,” Mr. Smith said.  Smith talked about although the party had to be shorter and with less people, it was still fun and he was glad to reward those who show PAWS.