Bells Elementary School Announces “Paw Pride” Winners for February
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP - Bells Elementary School Principal Mrs. Ginny Grier recently announced the school’s Paw Pride winners for the month of February.
The Bells School Paw Pride Program is a Character Education Program that rewards students in grades 1-5 for demonstrating excellent character traits. These students were selected for exhibiting one of the four pillars of character education: Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be a Friend, Be Safe. Students earn a paw, and place their paw in a class drawing box.
As provided by the Bells Home & School Council, winners received a pizza lunch with Mrs. Grier, a certificate, a Paw Pride pencil and cup, one free pretzel from the Philly Pretzel Factory, a certificate from Applebee’s entitling them to a free kids meal or mozzarella sticks, and a Soprano’s Pizza coupon to upgrade a pizza order.
Congratulations to the Paw Pride Winners for February: