Fairgrieve Elementary students who demonstrated mush effort throughout the month of May were recently awarded the school’s Virtue of the Month award.
The recognition came during a Morning Express program where the students were praised by Principal Jean Sampsell for their determined attempts to succeed academically and behaviorally.
“Certainly we want to see that through the last day of school,” she told the entire student body.
For their efforts, award recipients received a “brag tag” to add to their collection, followed by thunderous applause from guests, teachers and classmates.
All assembly attendees were treated to the school’s Fourth Grade Glee Club performance of “I Was Here” about people taking a lot of time and effort to do something that makes a difference.
Recipients, from left in the front row, are: Andie Kerr, Bianna VanDeLinder, Donavan Oatman, Parker Killmeyer, Griffin Shear, Justin Foley, Damien Raymond, Drake Kline and Rosalea Brais.
Kneeling, from left, are: Adelaide McEachen, Bruce Dings, Eric McLoughlin, Kristen McClure, Kegan Merkley, Brock Bowering, Cayley Cunningham and Serenity Clark.
Standing, from left, are Principal Sampsell and students: Brenda Longok, Ciara Dillingham, Aiyana Kolb-Kee, Brooklynne Wright, Miah Johnson, Caden Paro and Shyla Alvarado.
Absent are Connor Corolla and Daniel Rose-Butcher.