This year in Project Vine, we have adopted the tradition of the “Honor’s Breakfast” from Fletch’s former Alternative Program, where the students are rewarded with a breakfast of pancakes for their work in the previous term. Although, you have to work for invite! For the first term honor breakfast, if you wanted a plate of pancakes, you had to hand to in 100% of your school work in all four of your core academic classes. As staff predicted, this made us put in more effort so by the end of the quarter, we could receive the invite. If students did not complete that goal, all they could do was smell the pancakes cooking, and they had to hope that by the end of next quarter, they would work harder and be more efficient.
On Tuesday February 14th, during homeroom, there was a Second Term Project Vine Honor Breakfast. For this term, the only way you could have been invited is if you met a specific SMART Academic goal, which we got to set for ourselves and had our teachers approve. Some people set goals like making the honor roll, some wanted academic eligibility, some just wanted to pass all their classes! Staff reviewed everyone’s goals to make sure that they were SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-Bound) and that they were fair and challenging.
The people who got invited are listed below. These people met their individual term goals. They worked extremely hard to get into the exclusive breakfast. They got pancakes and orange juice. Thanks to Fletch for making all this food!
Congratulations to our Term 2 Honor Breakfast recipients for achieving their personal term 2 goals!