Principal dresses as a chicken!

Greg Fairchild, Principal of Banner Elementary in Dunlap, dressed as a chicken and stood outside this morning to greet students as they came to school. He did this because the students at Banner reached their AR (Accelerated Reader) goals. Because Mr. Fairchild is always supportive and encouraging to his students, he agreed to dress as a chicken if they reached their reading goal of 32,000 points and 85% or higher on their tests. The students went into voting booths on election day in April and voted on 1 of 3 things for Mr. Fairchild to do if they reached their goal and the chicken won!! The students at Banner earned 32,193.6 AR points and received 85% or higher on their tests.

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victorine says ... on Saturday, Sep 17 at 4:54 PM

thats me!

Sarah says ... on Friday, May 20 at 7:37 PM

You look TOTALLY AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

alvi says ... on Thursday, May 19 at 9:23 PM


Ronald says ... on Thursday, May 19 at 9:17 PM

Funny Looking Costume, Very Hilarious.

Will says ... on Thursday, May 19 at 9:16 PM

Na! Na! Na! Na! Cha! Cha! Cha! Cha!

Grace says ... on Thursday, May 19 at 7:44 PM

Nice moves everyone!!! :-)

Anna says ... on Thursday, May 19 at 5:07 PM

I'm in the black sports jacket. Ah, I actually looked in the camera! :)

Ellie says ... on Thursday, May 19 at 4:18 PM

thats me in the blue shirt in the face at the camera....WHY ME?!?!

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