Westerville North Students Awarded with Pancakes for Positive Behavior


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Pancake chefs Scott Reeves, Executive Director, Secondary Academic Affairs;  Mark Hershiser, Deputy Superintendent; and Westerville City Schools Board of Education Vice-President Rick Vilardo and President Tracy Davidson. 

 

 

Bright and early on Wednesday morning, October 21, 38 students at Westerville North High School were invited to attend a special pancake breakfast cooked by Westerville City School District officials.  The event, planned by Ty Stover, North’s Dean of Students, was part of the building’s Positive Behavior Intervention Support program, used in schools nationwide to create learning environments that are more effective for achieving academic and social goals.  Several staff members donated cooking supplies and helped decorate for the festive event.