PRIDE Party to Be Thrown for Winning Class

Posted on April 24, 2015 by


This year in the high school, the PRIDE program was introduced. P stands for “Prepared,” R stands for “Respect,” I is for “Integrity,” D is for “Decision-making,” and E means “Excel.”

Throughout the school year, there are PRIDE days with a bunch of different team-building activities. In addition to those activities, there are different types of activities that are done those days. All of these different activities tie into the five values of PRIDE and are very useful in everyday life.

“I like the idea of the PRIDE days. I think it was a good idea, especially since I heard they are doing this already in the middle school. With me being a senior, it kind of stinks since I only got to experience it one year, but hopefully they continue it so the younger kids understand it better,” senior Dana Snyder said.

Now that the end of the year is right around the corner, there will be a PRIDE party. The class that can attend this party will be the class with the highest amount of points. This includes Tiger Cash and the points that can be earned during the pep rallies. Whichever class has the most points at the end of it all, will be invited to listen to some music and eat some delicious pizza. The class rankings as of 10 April 10th were as follows:

  • 1st place: 11th grade – 828 points.
  • 2nd place: 12th grade – 741 points.
  • 3rd place: 10th grade – 662 points.
  • 4th place: 9th grade – 624.

This PRIDE party will be held on Tuesday, 12 May, during eighth period in the cafeteria.

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