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Stay in the Game Room Ribbon Cutting at Maple Leaf with Incentivize Staying in School with Positive Reinforcement

The Garfield Heights City Schools ongoing partnership with the Cleveland Browns’ Stay in the Game initiative ascended to new levels recently, with a grand Ribbon Cutting ceremony to unveil the new Stay in the Game room at Maple Leaf. Joined by representatives from the Cleveland Browns, who helped to support the creation of an innovative room for relaxation and fun during the school day, Superintendent Dr. Richard Reynolds, Principal Leslie Tranter, Assistant Principal Dr. Price, Dr. Gordon Dupree, Paul Glazer and Gina Wilson joined 4th and 5th graders for the room’s grand opening. Complete with pop-a-shot basketball games, video game technology, life-sized connect-the-dots games, puzzles, couches, and more, the Stay in the Game room will be used as an incentive for students who meet and exceed standards for attendance. Simply put, the more students stay in school, the better opportunity they have to be rewarded with time spent in this special interactive room. Positive behavior and proper attitude will also contribute to opportunities to spend time in the Stay in the Game room.

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