FREE Non-Food Rewards Program

Kids are often offered food as a reward for good behavior.  There are disadvantages to using food as a reward.  It teaches kids to eat when they’re not hungry, and it contradicts nutrition education being taught in school.  The updated wellness policy for the district requires that only non-food rewards be used in schools.  In order to assist teachers in implementing the new District 6 Wellness Policy, the Student Wellness Program has purchased non-food items to serve as classroom rewards.
How to request classroom rewards