Good Behavior Equals Huge TVs for Lufkin Middle School Students
Things have changed quite a bit since I was in school, and in this case, that's a good thing. If you exhibited good behavior in class, it was reflected in your report card. An 'S' indicated that your behavior was satisfactory, and an 'N' showed that you needed to improve.
Of course, if you acted up in class, there was that deterrent sitting in the corner of the assistant principal's office - a wooden paddle that was designed to be an attention-getter.
Lufkin ISD has a great rewards system in place for those students who exhibit good behavior, or as they call it, exemplifying the Panther Way. Students from each grade level at Lufkin Middle School that qualified in April were entered into a drawing where the winners took home a 50" TV.
The winners from each grade level have been revealed, and they were: Jacobo Marquez, sixth grader; Hailea Fountain, seventh grader and Addison Kingsley, eighth grader.
The winner for eighth grade is Addison Kingsley. She is pictured with Matt Varner, eighth grade principal (left) and LMS principal Andres Mijares (right).
The Sixth grade winner is Jacobo Marquez pictured with LMS principal Andres Mijares and sixth grade assistant principal Jennifer Shaw.
The seventh grade winner is Hailea Fountain. She is pictured with LMS principal Andres Mijares and Angela Bennett, seventh grade assistant principal.
Congratulations to these students and to all of those that exhibited the Panther Way in April.
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