GAHS students “Pay It Forward”


Gallia County Sheriff’s Department deputy and school resource officer Chad Wallace presents Gallia Academy High School senior Jordan Walker with a free Buffalo Wild Wings chicken wings card. Walker is the first recipient of the card in a program Wallace has deemed “Pay It Forward.” Wallace purchased raffle tickets to support Gallipolis City Schools athletics in January and won 52 weekly free wing cards to the restaurant. The officer has since chosen to present a student each week with a card when observing students performing random acts of kindness, good leadership, sportsmanship or displaying significant behavioral improvements, or just being an all-around good citizen. Wallace also asks the public for ideas in other ways to reward students meeting the aforementioned criteria. Individuals can contact him at GAHS. Wallace is considering monthly prizes from among the already weekly chosen card winners, as well as a potential yearly scholarship. Walker is a GAHS senior and daughter of Michael and Christa Walker. Walker is president of the GAHS Student Council, vice president of Key Club, a member of the National Honor Society and a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She plays varsity basketball and volleyball. Walker has also been known to assist in special needs classes. She plans to attend the University of Rio Grande this fall.


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Gallia County Sheriff’s Department deputy and school resource officer Chad Wallace presents Gallia Academy High School senior Jordan Walker with a free Buffalo Wild Wings chicken wings card. Walker is the first recipient of the card in a program Wallace has deemed “Pay It Forward.” Wallace purchased raffle tickets to support Gallipolis City Schools athletics in January and won 52 weekly free wing cards to the restaurant. The officer has since chosen to present a student each week with a card when observing students performing random acts of kindness, good leadership, sportsmanship or displaying significant behavioral improvements, or just being an all-around good citizen. Wallace also asks the public for ideas in other ways to reward students meeting the aforementioned criteria. Individuals can contact him at GAHS. Wallace is considering monthly prizes from among the already weekly chosen card winners, as well as a potential yearly scholarship. Walker is a GAHS senior and daughter of Michael and Christa Walker. Walker is president of the GAHS Student Council, vice president of Key Club, a member of the National Honor Society and a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She plays varsity basketball and volleyball. Walker has also been known to assist in special needs classes. She plans to attend the University of Rio Grande this fall.

Gallia County Sheriff’s Department deputy and school resource officer Chad Wallace presents Gallia Academy High School senior Jordan Walker with a free Buffalo Wild Wings chicken wings card. Walker is the first recipient of the card in a program Wallace has deemed “Pay It Forward.” Wallace purchased raffle tickets to support Gallipolis City Schools athletics in January and won 52 weekly free wing cards to the restaurant. The officer has since chosen to present a student each week with a card when observing students performing random acts of kindness, good leadership, sportsmanship or displaying significant behavioral improvements, or just being an all-around good citizen. Wallace also asks the public for ideas in other ways to reward students meeting the aforementioned criteria. Individuals can contact him at GAHS. Wallace is considering monthly prizes from among the already weekly chosen card winners, as well as a potential yearly scholarship. Walker is a GAHS senior and daughter of Michael and Christa Walker. Walker is president of the GAHS Student Council, vice president of Key Club, a member of the National Honor Society and a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She plays varsity basketball and volleyball. Walker has also been known to assist in special needs classes. She plans to attend the University of Rio Grande this fall.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_jordanwalker.jpgGallia County Sheriff’s Department deputy and school resource officer Chad Wallace presents Gallia Academy High School senior Jordan Walker with a free Buffalo Wild Wings chicken wings card. Walker is the first recipient of the card in a program Wallace has deemed “Pay It Forward.” Wallace purchased raffle tickets to support Gallipolis City Schools athletics in January and won 52 weekly free wing cards to the restaurant. The officer has since chosen to present a student each week with a card when observing students performing random acts of kindness, good leadership, sportsmanship or displaying significant behavioral improvements, or just being an all-around good citizen. Wallace also asks the public for ideas in other ways to reward students meeting the aforementioned criteria. Individuals can contact him at GAHS. Wallace is considering monthly prizes from among the already weekly chosen card winners, as well as a potential yearly scholarship. Walker is a GAHS senior and daughter of Michael and Christa Walker. Walker is president of the GAHS Student Council, vice president of Key Club, a member of the National Honor Society and a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. She plays varsity basketball and volleyball. Walker has also been known to assist in special needs classes. She plans to attend the University of Rio Grande this fall. Courtesy photo
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