A high school in Florida put into effect a policy that administrators think will give students an incentive to do better in the classroom.
The way it works? Students are segregated during lunch by their grade point average.
Hudson High School in Pasco County, north of Tampa Bay, launched the program at the beginning of the school year. Students who have at least a 2.0 GPA and a good attendance record get a wristband that gives them special privileges, like being allowed to eat outside the cafeteria, FOX 13 News reported.