Westwood Middle School leadership class raises food
The Westwood Middle School Wolverine Pride leadership class organized a school food drive that raised over 2,000 items for the Airway Heights Food Bank.
A little incentive can go a long way.
One incentive for Westwood Middle School students to take part in their second annual food drive, run by the Wolverine Pride leadership class, was that for every 10 items of food students brought in, they would receive a ticket to throw a whipped cream pie in the face of their favorite teacher, administrator or staff person. According to WMS Associated Student Body president Josh Brown however, a couple staff members made the incentive a little sweeter.
"One said at 1,500 (cans or boxes) he'd shave his head, and one said at 1,501, he'd get a stripe down...
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