One high school student was awarded a Chevrolet Camaro for good drags and class attendance.
Some high school students are extremely hard to motivate to work harder and achieve better results when it comes to their academic performance. It’s probably because they don’t have the motivation students at Nortwest ISD had back in 2011.
The high school, which is located in North Texas, US, decided to embrace a new policy in order to push its students into working harder. Back in 2011 the school received a generous donation and turned it into a winning prize – a glossy Chevrolet Camaro. The school’s officials made various students compete for the vehicle all year long. They announced that a total of 25 tickets will be handed out to the most outstanding students with best academic performance. The kids had the chance to write down their names on the tickets and hope that their ticket would be chosen at the end of the school year. The winning ticket, of course, received the brand new Chevrolet Camaro.
In May 2011 Kenzie Dalton was chosen as the winner of the shiny vehicle. She received the Chevy for good grades and good class attendance. Unfortunately, Kenzie was too young to drive – she was barely 14 years old at that time, so she decided to give the car to her parents until she was old enough to drive it.
Even though Kenzie was awarded the grand prize, the rest of the kids, who received tickets for good grades, also got the chance to take home smaller prizes. Every single one of Kenzie’s runner-ups became the proud owner of a brand new Dell Streak 7 touchscreen tablet. Nevertheless, their prizes were nothing compared to the brand new Chevrolet Camaro Kenzie received.