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Fairgrieve Elementary School Presents Virtue of the Month Awards

Throughout the course of a school year, students at Fairgrieve Elementary School learn about the importance of good character traits such as respect, gratitude, empathy, tolerance, honesty, and perseverance. For the month of September, the emphasis was on the virtue respect and role model students from kindergarten through sixth grade were recently honored for consistently demonstrating that they value others. Through the honorees’ courteous and considerate efforts, Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla says, “they make Fairgrieve Elementary School a better place.” Pictured above are the following Respect Virtue Award Winners for the month of September with Fairgrieve fourth grade teacher Mr. Todd Terpening: kindergarteners Cassidy Duso, Trae Mitchell, Sean Wright, and Sabrina Carvey; first graders Molly Williams, ShayLee Sivalia, and Matthew Breton; second graders Ana Marroquin Aguilar, Alden Parks, Mitchell Foster, and Eric Mitchell; third graders Emma Long, Jade Brownrigg, Brianna Coakley, and Christabella Bennett; fourth graders Chadwick Bean II, Zachary Draughn, Kyle McCarthy, and Haley Bort; fifth graders  McKenna Chesbro, Daniel Woodard, Jr., and Kasey Dickens; and sixth graders Cara Todt, Brittney Alton, and Jasmine Collins.

Throughout the course of a school year, students at Fairgrieve Elementary School learn about the importance of good character traits such as respect, gratitude, empathy, tolerance, honesty, and perseverance. For the month of September, the emphasis was on the virtue respect and role model students from kindergarten through sixth grade were recently honored for consistently demonstrating that they value others. Through the honorees’ courteous and considerate efforts, Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla says, “they make Fairgrieve Elementary School a better place.” Pictured above are the following Respect Virtue Award Winners for the month of September with Fairgrieve fourth grade teacher Mr. Todd Terpening: kindergarteners Cassidy Duso, Trae Mitchell, Sean Wright, and Sabrina Carvey; first graders Molly Williams, ShayLee Sivalia, and Matthew Breton; second graders Ana Marroquin Aguilar, Alden Parks, Mitchell Foster, and Eric Mitchell; third graders Emma Long, Jade Brownrigg, Brianna Coakley, and Christabella Bennett; fourth graders Chadwick Bean II, Zachary Draughn, Kyle McCarthy, and Haley Bort; fifth graders McKenna Chesbro, Daniel Woodard, Jr., and Kasey Dickens; and sixth graders Cara Todt, Brittney Alton, and Jasmine Collins.

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