Stop and say hi to someone new!
What Is It? How Does It Work?
The Stop-agon is a octagon put in the middle of hallways to encourage interaction between the students of Saline High. The way it works is when you step into it with someone else you must stop and say hi! Shake hands, high five, fist bump, or just say a simple "wassup?!"
Why is it a problem?
Everyday you see cliques getting closer and people to branch out to meet different people. Having such a big school is hard and with the STOP-agon we hope to encourage kids to create new relationships and have more fun while walking through the hallways of our school.
Signs will be held up around the schools to promote the STOP-agons. Students will be encouraged to step out of their shell and meet someone new. There will also be arrows on the ground to show the students directly to the STOP-agons.
Why should you care?
This brilliant octagon will bring students together from cliques all around the school, and who knows you might make a new friend. Also, meeting new people is fun so go make someones day and say "HEY!".