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Fairgrieve students honored for being safe

Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla is pictured here with students honored for being Safe during a recent Morning Express program at the school.

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Pictured are students from Fairgrieve Elementary School recognized for Being Safe.

Those who received the recognition included: Kindergarten students Marie Walch, Monae Fenty, Corbin Cross, and Alyssa Spicer; first grade students Taylor Mahle, Adriana Holley, Desiree Brown, and Annabella Epolito; second grade students Tymere Ramacus, Kayla McCraith, Caitlyn Searor, and Mandy Allen; third grade students Ashley Hall, Myles VanDyke, and Paris Kress; fourth grade students Alden Parks, Nicholas Belrad, and Lauren Goss; fifth grade students Christopher Cross, Logan Nelson, Sara Burnett, and Ian Bogardus; and sixth grade students Everett Stacy, Leah Hulett, Charles Mitchell and Dakota Schmeer.

Be Safe is one of the Fulton City School’s District’s behavioral expectations.

Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be a Problem Solver round out the other expectations at Fairgreive Elementary School.