AR Top Ten List-
The top ten students in each grade who earn the most points every month while maintaining an 85 average will make the top ten list. The list will be posted in the media center. Students will receive a certificate at Honor's Night.
As students read and earn points, they will become members of point clubs. Clubs will be established for students earning 25 points, 50 points, 100 points, 250 points, and 500 points. A point club wall listing student members will be displayed in the media center.
Students earning 100 points by the end of the year while maintaining an 85 average will receive a certificate on Honor’s Night.
In each grade, the student who earns the most points during the year while maintaining an 85 average will win an award on Honor’s Night.
The entire school is challenged to a point competition. If the total points earned for the school is at least 35,000 points, volunteer faculty will participate in a Color Run.
Faculty volunteers for "Color Run 2016":
|Mike Yawn||Alex Rotramel||Jennifer Prosser|
|Beth Lamb||Amy Smith||Becky Renfroe|
|Thomas Borck||Georgia Starling||Sarah Hibbard|
|Jenny Johnson||Simone Lane||Jenny Purvis|
|Brian Hall||CJ Lanier||Boyd Green|
|Dee Dee Thompson||Scott Chapman||Julie Akins|
|Penny Lott||Deanna Tackett||Pam Radford|
|Kim Wagoner||Kay Anderson||Joy Marsh|
|Jessica Carter||Autumn Horton||Danielle Jackson|
Each nine weeks students will be given an AR goal based on their Grade Equivalent in Star Reading. If students reach their goal, they will be invited to "Game Day" at the end of each nine weeks grading period. Each Game Day, students will be allowed to bring their personal gaming systems to use or use those in the media center during their language arts class period.