By Scott Harvey
Commerce – The Commerce School Board on Monday is scheduled to consider continuation of its Tiger Trust Card Incentive Program at the High School.
Board members last fall approved the program, which allows incentives to students who follow district guidelines.
Privileges include being able to use their cell phones before and in between classes and listening to an MP3 device while not in class.
The program is used as just another tool to get students to obey everyday district guidelines, plus it offers a positive incentive that most students are willing to work toward.
It has been in effect at Commerce High School since the start of the spring semester.
Monday's meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Commerce Middle School Library.