Educators at United Local Middle School in Hanoverton are adopting a unique approach to acknowledge students’ positive behavior and achievements. The school has introduced a special vending machine. It does not dispense snacks or toys, but books. This vending machine is a token of appreciation for middle schoolers who demonstrate excellent academic performance and behavior. It’s Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine.
Recognizing Outstanding Students
Emerson Kuttler, an sixth-grade student known for her kindness and academic abilities, was the first recipient of this innovative reward. Chosen unanimously by her teachers, Emerson had the honor of using the machine’s inaugural token. Her selection, “Addie Bell’s Shortcut to Growing Up” by Jessica Brody, reflected her excitement and enthusiasm.
Integration with School Programs
Excitement echoed among staff members. Teacher, Jennifer Russo sees this initiative as an opportunity to align with United Local Middle School’s PBIS program. The school’s dedication to combining inventive methods with established programs promises a holistic approach to student encouragement and development.
Promoting Literacy through Innovation
Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine was funded through the school’s library resources. It aims to reward good behavior and foster a love for reading among students. United Local Middle School hopes to get kids excited about reading while appreciating students’ efforts.
Invest In Your Student Too
Interested in bringing the magic of Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine to your school? Reach out to bookvending.com today for a quote and take a step toward promoting literacy and positive behavior in your school community.
Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine is not just a vending machine; it’s a gateway to a world of imagination and knowledge. By integrating reading incentives with PBIS initiatives, our school continues to foster a positive and enriching environment for students to thrive academically and emotionally.