Alabama Junior High Teachers Go All Out to Encourage Students Before State Testing Season

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Prattville Junior High School’s math department put together a video to encourage the kids to do well on their state test. 


The school has an incentive in the spring to motivate students to stay focused and keep working hard when spring fever hits. It’s called “TCB”, which stands for taking care of business. Throughout the week students earn the chance to attend a TCB party on Friday by participating in lessons, completing homework, and having respectful classroom behavior. 


There is a theme for each week’s party. Being from Alabama, one of the themes for this year was Mardi Gras. The math department decided to have some fun with this, causing some mischief in the school during their party. They even got their school resource officer to join in on the fun. 


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