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If a teacher scans your ID card it means you get more points. Photo art by Alison Watkins.
Mustangs have a new point system

Attention Foothill students: A new point system is on campus called 5-Star.

A new point system is on campus called 5-Star. Here’s how it works. You get 50 points for going to dances, 10 points for going to away games and participating in spirit days, going to the big gym on Fridays during lunch for team black and team orange, and by behaving in classes you can be awarded five points. You can earn up to 30 points a day.

In order for you to earn points you need your ID card. If you do not currently have one you can stop by N13 before school, lunch (except for Fridays), or after school.
Samantha Switzler, the Leadership advisor and activities director, is training teachers how to use the program. Not all teachers are doing it yet, but if your teachers aren’t participating, try to convince them.

You can get school supplies for points ranging from 10-250, entry to a sporting event for 500 points, spirit wear ranging from 500-1000, an anti-sweetheart dance ticket for 1000, an extra bathroom pass for 1000, a “get out detention free” card for 1000, and juniors and seniors, if you get up to 2225 points, you can get a free prom ticket.

When this program was first started here we were at 9% school spirit, as determined by the school's administration and Leadership. We are now at 35.6% with a goal of 90%. Let’s raise our school spirit to 100%!



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