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September 24, 2018

Fairgrieve Students Exceed Behavior Expectations in November


Several Fairgrieve Elementary School students were honored during a recent Morning Express program for exceeding expectations throughout the month of November.

Fairgrieve students stand proud as they are recognized by Principal Jean Ciesla, top left, for exceeding behavior expectations in November. The school’s Expectation Award is given monthly to one student from each classroom.

Fairgrieve students stand proud as they are recognized by Principal Jean Ciesla, top left, for exceeding behavior expectations in November. The school’s Expectation Award is given monthly to one student from each classroom.

Recipients of the Expectation Award are proven to be responsible, respectful, safe and problem solvers. They each received a “brag tag” to add to their collection.

“These students are truly role models for our school,” Principal Jean Ciesla said.

Honorees (from left) in the front row are: Raymond Hagar, Niyah Humphrey, Landon Poushter, Hayden McCauliffe, Annie Quirk, Brandon Wines, Amya Ramos, Adrianna Viscome-Rice and Kara Barrett.

In the middle row, from left are: Cassie Wagar, Peyton Wells, Brandon Howard, Moira Percival, Ciearra Harris, Izaiah VanBuren, Taylor Hull and Olivia Nesbitt.

In the top row, from left are: Principal Ciesla and students: Danielle LaPierre, LeAnn Lewis, Paris Kress, Reese Pierce and Trae Mitchell. Absent from the photo are: Aaron Burdick, Daniel Dickens and Caleb Dickens.

The monthly expectation award assemblies coincide with the Fulton City School District’s implementation of the Positive Behavior, Interventions and Supports initiative.

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