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September 19, 2018

Fairgrieve Elementary Recognizes Students for Exceeding Expectations


A group of Fairgrieve Elementary School students were honored recently for becoming expectation experts after having exemplified positive behaviors of responsibility, respect, safety and problem solving.

Fairgrieve Elementary recognizes students who exceed such expectations by having a monthly awards presentation during the school’s Morning Express program.

The school’s high expectations follow the Fulton City School District’s implementation of the Positive Behavior, Interventions and Supports initiative.

Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla, top left, stands with recipients of expectation awards during an October 7 Morning Express program.

Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla, top left, stands with recipients of expectation awards during an October 7 Morning Express program.

“Students are amazing role models to their class and school,” said Principal Jean Ciesla.

The Expectation Award winners for the month of September were honored during the October 7 Morning Express program.

Honorees received a commemorative pencil and will each receive a certificate of recognition.

Recipients include:

In the front row, from left: Thomas Wylie, Kendall Brooks, Annie Quirk, Allie Deuel, Jamie Chappell, Ayden Welch, Haley Swatkowski, Lauren Thornber, and Bentley Oatman.

In the middle row, from left are: Micah Collins, Josalynn Taylor, Emily Youmans, Janessa Colon, Alexzander Taylor, Hannah Bell, Brady Niver, and Trista Sullivan.

In the top row, from left are: Principal Jean Ciesla and students Dakota Brown, Olivia Cunningham, Haleigh Brown, Grace Hutton, Isaiah Johnson, Giovanni Noel and Jose Aguilar.

Absent from the photo is Aidan Weiss.

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