Kissing a pig isn’t usually in Finch Elementary School office manager Kathy Fiorillo’s job description, but last week she planted a smooch on a 300-pound porker named Lucky P to reward her school’s students for completing more than 21,000 online math lessons this school year.
“It was everything I dreamed it would be,” she laughed. “Lucky P I don’t think really cared.”
It all began with school staff looking for a way to motivate students to do the online Dreambox math lessons, said Principal Shane O’Doherty. At the beginning of the school year most students were still doing online virtual learning and staff wanted to make sure they were
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