FHS announces October ‘PRIDE’ students
Published 1:33 pm Saturday, November 14, 2015
Special to The Daily News
Franklinton High School recently announced its October PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Support) monthly winners.
Students were nominated by their teachers who were looking for students that displayed “PRIDE — Personal Responsibility in Developing Excellence” on a daily basis in their classrooms and on campus. One student from each grade level (ninth-12th) was then selected by the PBIS team.
The winners received a school concession stand pass, a sporting event pass, and a gift card.
The prizes were provided by Franklinton High School’s PBIS team.
The teacher and employee of the month are voted on by faculty and staff. They chose someone who has also demonstrated PRIDE and also someone who has gone above and beyond in their work.
The Teacher and Employ-ee of the Month received a casserole/baked treats and $25. These prizes were supplied by the FHS Teacher Courtesy Fund.
The PBIS students were Scott Wills (ninth grade), Lydia Thompson (10th grade), Ste
phanie Crowe (11th grade) and Re’lik Wilson (12th grade). The teacher of the month was Amanda Hall, and the employee of the month was Ray Magee.