Selecting GOOD Program shirt winners
Teachers use the four criteria of the GOOD Program: perseverance, trustworthiness, anti-bullying, and working together to determine shirt winners. If several students exhibit all these qualities, perseverance should be the most important criteria considered. Hopefully, award winners will be students who never give up regardless of how tough things get for them. Some teachers like to have the students vote for the GOOD Program winner(s) in their class.
Distribution of shirts
There are no specific requirements as to when and how shirts should be given out. Some of the most popular options include:
- Two shirts per teacher at the end of the year (usually one boy and one girl)
- Two shirts per teacher at the end of each semester
- One or two shirts per teacher at the end of each quarter
- One shirt per teacher at the end of each month
Description of GOOD Program shirts
This is a gold, heavy weight blend T-shirt pre shrunk 50% cotton/50% polyester seamless body with set-in sleeves. The lettering on the T-shirt is direct to garment screen-printed with black Plastisol ink.
To order GOOD Program shirts, send the following information to the address below or print the Shirt Order Form.
P.O. Box 285
Etna, Ohio 43018-0285
- Name of Group or Person Ordering
- Phone Number
- Mailing Address
- City, State, Zip
- Number of each size shirt
- Total cost ($14/shirt)
- Check made payable to GOOD Program
- Adult X-Large
- Adult Large
- Adult Medium
- Adult Small
Second and third graders are usually given adult small. Fourth and fifth graders are usually given adult medium.
*While these sizes will probably be big on the students right now, many children are very proud of their award, and wear their GOOD shirt through high school, college, and even beyond. However, this is not the rule, and if a teacher wants to order a specific shirt size for each student, this is fine.