DOMINO Pizza love nothing more than to see Bathurst High students strive to be their best, and in doing so have just given away their 800th pizza to a student at the school.
Domino's pizza vouchers are part of Bathurst High School's VIVO program, an online recognition system rewarding students for their positive approach to learning.
Introduced to the school two years ago the program gives teachers rich insight into student development, behaviour and tracking of specific details of improvement.
School principal Ken Barwick said the program focuses on three main areas; safe respectful and responsible learning.
Students displaying safe, respectful learning are rewarded with VIVO points, which they can trade online for anything from a pizza voucher to a sausage sandwich at the school BBQ.
Operations manager for Domino's, Thomas Dibley, a former Bathurst High graduate, said it was great to be part of the program.
He said the business was one of the first to get on board with the school, and was proud to be involved in such a great program.
Mr Barwick, thanked Domino's along with McDonald's and the Stewart Street 7/11 for their support.
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He said kids in particular loved food, and for some kids, the incentive to get the vouchers was more then just treating themselves for their hard work.
"There are a lot of kids who come from families in need, who have cashed in their VIVO points and got enough pizzas for dinner that night for the whole family."
Mr Barwick said VIVO teachers the kids if you work hard and put in the effort you will be rewarded.