FULTON – A handful of students at Fairgrieve Elementary School were recently recognized for exceeding classroom expectations throughout January.
Classroom teachers each selected one student who has been kind and patient, gave their best effort, used materials and equipment properly, left the room only with permission, and never gave up.
These examples follow the school’s expectations of being respectful, responsible, safe and a problem solver.
“We have kids that do amazing things every day, and exceed these expectations,” said Principal Jean Ciesla.
The award is given to students during Fairgrieve’s Morning Express program and coincides with the Fulton City School District’s implementation of the Positive Behavior, Interventions and Supports initiative.
Award recipients sitting down, from left are:
Ayden Spaulding, Treydon Arcadi, Alea Runge, Gabriel Clark, Lloyd Pierce, Kylar Rando, Layla Palladino, Marissa Smith and Leland Guillaume Jr.
Kneeling, from left are:
Olivia Rivera, Natalie Miller, Mia Holliday, Matisyn Brockway, Ty Nesbitt, Liam Crandall, James Sandler and Brogan Quirk.
Standing, from left are Principal Ciesla and students: Austin Abrams, Curtis Taylor, Kendra Gardner, Kalin Bruska, Adon Heaney and Jonathon.
Absent from the photo is Heather McMaster.
Each awardee receives a commemorative pencil and a “brag tag” to add to their collection.