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Attention for Attendance: WWHS Attendance Incentive

WWHS holds first outdoor attendance incentive May 17.
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Ashleigh Bowling
Woodrow Wilson High School Counseling Department and associates are set to hold attendance incentive.

This year, Woodrow Wilson will be holding their first outdoor attendance incentive on May 17th. Created by counselor Shanna Casto and Mrs. Flanagan of WWHS Communities in Schools, students of all grade levels will have the opportunity to have fun with their friends outside. The event will be held on the football field at Woodrow Wilson High School.

Mrs. Casto states that she and Mrs. Flanagan got their idea for this incentive from Beckley Stratton Middle School. “Beckley Stratton has a bulletin board where every nine weeks, they have their incentive lined out. We wanted to give you all something like that.” The incentive will include things like games and food trucks, such as Taco De Marcos and Sno Biz. “We want everybody to celebrate being at school. We want this to be like a kick-back to memory lane from elementary school,” says Mrs. Casto.
Requirements for this incentive include no more than three days absent, unexcused or excused, as well as a limit of two tardies. As for juniors, they had to show that they tried on the recent SAT test. Even though it is set to happen on seniors’ last day, they can come back and participate in the incentive. To know if you are eligible, you will be called down to the cafeteria once the cut off date is established.

For further information, please see Mrs. Casto or Mrs. Flanagan.

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Ashleigh Bowling
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Ashleigh Bowling is currently a sophomore at Woodrow Wilson High School. Her favorite hobbies are listening to music and reading in her spare time. After high school, she plans to study dermatology. She hopes to expand her writing abilities by being a writer for the school’s newspaper.
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