Two role model students at G. Ray Bodley High School were recently recognized by Principal Donna Parkhurst for their outstanding character and commitment to school-wide expectations.
Sophomore Bryce Knight and junior Jordyn Stone were selected in a 10-week drawing as part of the PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) initiative to promote positive behavior at school.
The PBIS drawings serve as an incentive to recognize students exemplifying G. Ray Bodley’s three behavioral expectations: be respectful, be responsible, and be safe. A high school student that is witnessed demonstrating one of the expectations gets his/her name entered into the drawing.
Two names are randomly selected from all eligible submissions every 10 weeks and the honorees are presented with a gift and recognized by their principal.
Future drawings will continue every 10 weeks until the end of the school year in June.
For more information about PBIS at the Fulton City School District, visit www.Fulton.cnyric.org.