School District Gives Away Camaro as a Reward for Good Attendance and Grades

In order to motivate student performance, a school district in Fort Worth, Texas, gave a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro to a student who demonstrated excellent attendance records and grades. Here's how the game worked:

They drew the names of 25 lucky students from inside the district's TV studio. Students earned tickets throughout the year based on their academic performance. Better attendance and higher grades meant more chances to win.

"We do a tally, and they receive their tickets, put their names on them, put them in the hopper, and cross their fingers and hope they win," Parker said.

Kenzie Deaton won the car. But she's only 14, so she'll have to wait a while before she can legally drive it.

Link via Jalopnik | Photo (unrelated) via Flickr user Vineesh Devasia used under Creative Commons license

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