School pizza parties are the ultimate incentive for many students. Whether it’s to promote a quiet or well-behaved classroom, encourage best efforts on an exam, boost class participation, or just celebrate the middle or end of the school year, there’s nothing that gets students to oblige quite like a slice of pizza. The school pizza party phenomenon has been the subject of many memes, and we’ve collected the very best and most relatable ones below, so you can laugh while you plan your next party.
Hey, at least it’s still pizza, right?
What if you are vegetarian?! Sometimes life is just so unfair.
No one loves this teacher. Remember to keep your promise if you use a pizza party as an incentive! Or else …
Sometimes the effort (and money) that goes into a pizza party is undermined by the little things. At least this cat is rooting for you!
Like we said, a pizza party really is quite the incentive … even to just show up at school!
Life hack: If you cut the slices small enough for your students, you can keep a bigger slice for yourself.
Nothing gets a classroom of students more excited than three whole Skittles on their pizza party plate.
This themed pie graph takes the pizza pie metaphor quite literally.
You’ve never seen a classroom of eyes and ears perk up faster, we guarantee it.
Those sugar cookies are definitely a staple. If no one eats them, it’s more leftovers for you!
Be warned, students … we can take away a pizza party just as quickly as we plan one.
The perfect excuse to get pizza for your classroom, so close yet so far away. …
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