• Mary Harrison

PBIS Team hosts another Rollout for CHS students

Juniors Destiny Brown (left) and Amaya McCoullough (right) show off their snacks at the PBIS Rollout hosted on Jan. 17.

On Friday, Jan. 17, 2020, Cairo High School students attended a PBIS Rollout in the Commons Area during 4th Block. Students enjoyed a Little Hug drink, Lays potato chips, and free time as rewards for their upstanding behavior.

In order to receive a ticket to the Rollout, sponsored by the high school's Positive Behavior Interventions and Support Team, students had to have four or fewer absences, three or fewer tardies, no disciplinary issues, and no failed classes on their record.

Students were called out by class, beginning with the Seniors at 2:15 p.m., to make the lines move more smoothly through the Cafeteria, where students entered to pick up their snacks.

Huddle House coupons (above) were given out to Rollout attendees.

Every student also received a coupon for 25% off any purchase at the new Huddle House in Cairo. (Read about the experience of R&B's own Emily Johnson at Cairo's new Huddle House here.)

The PBIS Rollouts, although closely associated with "No-Tardy Parties," are different. Students who are given a Rollout ticket can have up to three tardies, while students must have NO tardies to be eligible for "No-Tardy Parties."

CHS Assistant Principal Chief Andrew Jones said that he was "immensely proud of our students," at CHS.

"They continue to go above and beyond the call of duty everyday," he said.

Enjoy the following collage of Rollout festivities!

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