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September 25, 2018

Expectation Experts at Fairgrieve Elementary


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</p>Pictured above is Fairgrieve Elementary School\’s Expectation Expert Award recipients for the month of October. These students were selected because they demonstrated respect. Front row (left to right): Nicole Mistico, Morgan French, Sara Burnett, Emma Weaver, Mitchel Anderson, Kyle Stewart, Memphis Kress, and Bridgette Petersen. Middle row (l to r): Kyle Ingison, Haley Hunsinger, Evan Beckwith, Tyler Hines, Jakob Ball, and Patricia Pryor. Back row (l to r): Administrative Intern Nate Wienk, Jade-Tea Bigwitch, Jewel Slade, Dawn Deaton, Beverly Sherman, Anne Burkett, and Principal Jean Ciesla.

Pictured above is Fairgrieve Elementary School’s Expectation Expert Award recipients for the month of October. These students were selected because they demonstrated respect. Front row (left to right): Nicole Mistico, Morgan French, Sara Burnett, Emma Weaver, Mitchel Anderson, Kyle Stewart, Memphis Kress, and Bridgette Petersen. Middle row (l to r): Kyle Ingison, Haley Hunsinger, Evan Beckwith, Tyler Hines, Jakob Ball, and Patricia Pryor. Back row (l to r): Administrative Intern Nate Wienk, Jade-Tea Bigwitch, Jewel Slade, Dawn Deaton, Beverly Sherman, Anne Burkett, and Principal Jean Ciesla.

Fairgrieve Elementary School recognizes students with Expectation Expert Awards during the Morning Express Program. One outstanding student from each class, kindergarten through sixth grade, is chosen to receive this award based on his’/her’s ability and dedication to fulfilling the four school-wide expectations. These behavioral expectations encourage to students to be respectful, responsible, safe, and a problem solver.

On Monday, October 6th Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla selected 27 students in the first of over 15 Expectation Expert Award presentations scheduled throughout the school year. These role model students were chosen because they are respectful and demonstrated the ability to be trustworthy and accountable for their actions.

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