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Career Center students earn Fun Day

May 1, 2014
The Marietta Times

The Washington County Career Center rewarded approximately 32 percent of its student body population with a fun day for meeting the following three criteria during the third nine weeks of school: 3.0 grade point average or higher, 95 percent attendance or higher, and no discipline. Several activities were planned including Time Well Wasted jousting and bungee course inflatables, Rock Band competition, ice cream sandwich treats, corn hole, and movies. The high school assistant director, Tony Huffman, commented, "We want to recognize the students who continually exhibit positive work ethic at school through attendance, grades, and behavior. We often, as administrators, spend a lot of time with students who aren't doing so well in these three areas. It's only appropriate to recognize those students who are excelling in these three indicators of school success."

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Brett Seese, left, and Tyler Wittekind stretch themselves to the max before flying back on the bungee inflatable.

 
 
 

 

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