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Make Memories – Bribe Students To Go To A Game

Leadership @ bball game

Last Friday we had a ton of Gr. 10 Leadership students come out to see our Jr. Girls basketball team beat Bishop Carroll 74-57.  This took some effort on their part because it was on a Friday night and not at our school.  What got them there?  I bribed them.  I offered them double points to go to the Championship game.

In our Leadership program we have a volunteering section where students earn points for the service they provide in a semester.  Recently we added a component where in the semester they have to go to 4 Centennial Non-Leadership sponsored events.  This could be a play, art gallery, concert, or sports event.  They must wear their blue leadership t-shirts to show that we are supporting other school events.

On the day of the event I offered double points to go to the Championship.  I bribed them.  The stands were full of loud and proud blue shirts cheering on the team which three of their Leadership classmates were on.  They had fun, we won, and they talked all about it on the Monday back in class.  They now have another great memory of high school to look back on.

Below are the volunteer sheets and criteria we use at Centennial.  Hopefully they are useful to you.

Volunteer Log Explanation Spring 2016

Volunteer Log Sem 2 2016

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