High school announces ‘Positively Po-Hi’ recipients

Ponca City Now - January 13, 2016 10:50 am

Ponca City Senior High School announces the Positively Po-Hi recipients for November and December.

Gianna Alvarez, Derick Cummings, Jadon Bays, Will Branstetter, Kase Anderson and Daylan Hawkins all received a token for their positive choices at school.

“We hope to continue to expand the positive here at Po-Hi by recognizing students each month for their positive choices,” Po-Hi Principal Thad Dilbeck said.

This is the first year for the Positively Po-Hi program.

“We aim to expand the positive at Po-Hi for our students and increase student success in academics and behavior," Po-Hi assistant principal Dalana Hawkins said . "Donations are greatly appreciated and will help ensure the successful implementation of the program and support of students making good choices at school. Many local businesses have already donated to support the implementation of the program.”

“Positively Po-Hi” teams Ponca City High School administrators with local businesses to award a small token to a student who makes a positive choice at school, Hawkins said.

Examples of positive choices rewarded are going to class on time, making an effort to keep the school clean, assisting another student, showing appropriate school spirit, and following school policies and procedures, she said.

Local businesses interested in learning more or donating to this reward program can contact Dalana Hawkins at 580-718-4804.

From left, Principal Thad Dilbeck , Will Branstetter, Jadon Bays, Daylan Hawkins, Kase Anderson, Derick Cummings and Gianna Alvarez.


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