May’s character trait in the Fulton City School District is effort.
Students at Granby Elementary School, selected at best representing that character trait, were treated to a special breakfast with Principal Heather Perry.
Students arrived one-by one to the library with their invitations in hand, to enjoy a buffet of breakfast treats including fruit cocktail, cereal, breakfast pizza and an assortment of juices.
After helping to serve students their breakfast, Perry mingled among the hungry bunch to congratulate them on being selected to attend the breakfast and how important it is to try your best every day.
The following students were honored: Annaliese Archer, Kylie Ashline, Rebecca Bartlett, Ryan Bennett, Dalton Brisol, Alexis Bush, Paityn Cali, Elizabeth Chrisman, McKenna Clary, Logan Cleverly, Hailey Coady, Jillian Crandall, Alex Davis, Bernadette DeMott, Jordan Devendorf, Jada Diaz, Gabriela Farnham, Jacob Fauler, Jasmine Fauler, Matthew Firenze, Morgan Fischel, Zachary Fourhman, Connor Galvin, Montanna Gardenier, Anthony Gilmore, Aryonna Hall, Cameron Hall, Elijah Hamilton, Nathen Hamilton, Jacob Hartle, Ella Hicks, Gwendalyn Hollenbeck, Madison Hood, Hailie Hotaling, Chloe Janes, Riley Kempston, Aryan Khera, Anthony Knopp, Aloysius Kony’s-Woodward, Avery Lawton, LeAnn Lewis, Cody Lincoln, Danielle Mackey, Olivia Mariotti, Hannah Marvin, Matthew McCarty, Jayden McDougall, Aunna Metelsky, Nick Newton, Connor Nugent, Avery Nunez,
Also, Landen Oakley, Derrick Orr, Zoey Palmer, Wyatt Parkhurst, Katelyn Perkins, Lucian Perkins, Marissa Peterson, Sara Place, Emily Porter, Carmyne Purdy, Cameron Recore, Hannah Rice, Olivia Rivera, Ryanna Rose, Jordan Royal, Monika Schuyler, Adam Sharkey, Rachel Sharkey, Olivia Skilinskis, Jonathan Smiley, Jacob Snyder, Elle Stafford, Rebecca Stone, Shayla Thomas, Lily Thompson, Timothy VanAntwerp, Gage VanHorn, Madyson VanPatton, Alaina Vescio, Cassandra Wagar, Peyton Wells, Trey White, Sidney Williams and Gary Witkovsky.
The event is one of several planned throughout the school year to celebrate good student behavior and to further support the district’s virtues of being respectful, responsible, safe and ready to learn.