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September 25, 2018

Fairgrieve Virtue of the Month Awards


Submitted by the Fulton City School District

Students at Fairgrieve Elementary School were recently honored for the Virtue of the Month Award for May. Effort is May’s virtue of the month, and effort is defined as “always attempting to do your best at any task you do.”

Character education is an integral part of education in the Fulton City Schools and students exhibiting the character trait of the month are selected by teachers for these character awards. Students are recognized during the Morning Express meeting at Fairgrieve and are given certificates for the honor.

Selected as representing the May Virtue of the Month (Effort) at Fairgrieve Elementary School in Kindergarten were (left to right): Ian Bogardus, Shaquria Ramacus, Evan Trainham, and Dallas Flewelling. Also pictured is Fairgrieve principal Jean Ciesla.

Selected as representing the May Virtue of the Month (Effort) at Fairgrieve Elementary School in 1st and 2nd grades are (left to right): Dakota Schmeer, Leah Hulett, Taylor Bushnoe, Shaylee Cealie, Zion Hayes, Julia Apicelli and Yesenia Cobon-Patterson. Also pictured is Fairgrieve principal Jean Ciesla.

Selected as representing the May Virtue of the Month (Effort) at Fairgrieve Elementary School in 3rd and 4th grades are (left to right): Travis MacDougall, Elizabeth Cook, Samantha Swatkowksi, Haley Hunsinger, Shelby O’Brien and Samantha Howell. Also pictured is Fairgrieve principal Jean Ciesla.

Selected as representing the May Virtue of the Month (Effort) at Fairgrieve Elementary School in 5th and 6th grades are (left to right): Carley Williams, Ryan Stanley, Mariah Whipple, Alexia Abelgore, Julia Ludington, Dathon Thurber, and absent from photo: Maggie Williams. Also pictured is Fairgrieve principal Jean Ciesla.

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