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Fairgrieve awards students with April “Be Safe” recognition

Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla is pictured here with students honored for the character expectation of Being Safe.

Students recognized for the April expectation of "Be Safe" were recognized in a recent Morning Express.
Students recognized for the April expectation of “Be Safe” were recognized in a recent Morning Express.

Pictured are Kindergarten students Mia Aldasch, Shyann Smith, Gianna Tucker, and Alyssa Spicer; first grade students Tessa Newton, Caden James, Dante Heaney, and Skyy Smith; second grade students Chelsey Latocha, Jaylyn Padua, Kayleigh Litchison, and Sabrina Carvey; third grade students Kaleb Kelly, Giovanni Noel, and Justice Ramacus; fourth grade students Annabel Boyer, Michael Morrison, and Bailey Reed; fifth grade students Noah Congdon, Ikeria Woods, Chyanne Dillingham, and Nolan Gardenier; and sixth grade students Bianca Gaiter, Shaylee Cealie, Dorothy Henopp, and Bianca Wood.

The Fulton City School District’s behavioral expectations include: Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible.

Fairgrieve Elementary also includes the expectation of Be a Problem Solver.