Hey there Bookworms! Old Town Elementary School found a special way to celebrate it’s 20th anniversary. School librarian Michelle Reesman had a great idea—Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine. This is a personalized book vending machine that supports the students’ pro-social behavior plan.
How Does It Work?
The book vending machine is located in the main hallway of the school. It’s filled with books that students can earn by exhibiting positive behavior. Students who demonstrate positive characteristics earn a token to use in the book vending machine.
How Do The Students at Old Town Elementary Like It?
The students love Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine. It’s a great way to encourage them to be good citizens. It’s also a fun way to promote literacy.
“We believe we have hit the sweet spot with the purchase of our Book Vending Machine,” said Old Town Elementary School Principal Jeanna Tool. “The bright and shiny machine is just a small sample of how our school continues to reach for new and exciting activities to benefit our learners. We are grateful for a community that supports and invests in our students.”
Your School Could Be Next
Congratulations to Old Town Elementary School on 20 years of education! Here’s to 20 more years of fun!
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