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Fairgrieve Elementary Celebrates Open House

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</p>After touring Art Teacher Diane Wavle’s room, Fairgrieve students Kelsey and Noah Simon display some of their artwork with mom, Deborah Simon, at the Fairgrieve Open House on October 2nd.
After touring Art Teacher Diane Wavle’s room, Fairgrieve students Kelsey and Noah Simon display some of their artwork with mom, Deborah Simon, at the Fairgrieve Open House on October 2nd.

Fairgrieve Elementary held its annual Open House on Thursday, October 2nd.

The halls were swarming with excitement as students showed their family members around the school.

Parents were welcomed into the building by Fairgrieve Elementary Principal Jean Ciesla, who greeted many of the visitors at the door.

In addition to touring the school, the event gave parents an opportunity to meet with teachers and see their children’s artwork.

Popcorn and fresh apples were available in the cafeteria for anyone who had worked up an appetite.

It was also a great night for the school’s Book Fair. The fair was reopened during open house hours, and saw a very successful turnout.

</p>Fairgrieve Elementary student Eric Miller waits anxiously to feast his eyes on the new books his mom, Karen Miller, is purchasing for him at Fairgrieve’s Book Fair held during their annual Open House on October 2nd.
Fairgrieve Elementary student Eric Miller waits anxiously to feast his eyes on the new books his mom, Karen Miller, is purchasing for him at Fairgrieve’s Book Fair held during their annual Open House on October 2nd.