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Fairgrieve’s February Problem Solvers Recognized

Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla is pictured here with students honored during the month of February for the character expectation of “Be a Problem Solver.”

Fairgreive Elementary School students recognized for the character expectation of "Be a Problem Solver."
Fairgreive Elementary School students recognized for the character expectation of “Be a Problem Solver.”

Pictured are Kindergarten students Kaiden Jardin, Bailey DePoint, Daniel Dickens, and Kaylee Mason; first grade students Shane Seymour, Aiden Barriger, McKenna Lawson, and Moira Percival; second grade students Ashton Vollmer, Jaylyn Padua, Ethan Weaver, and Autumn Bean; third grade students Isabella Cary, Thomas VanRiper, and Madison King; fourth grade students Kyleigh Halligan, Conner Leavens, and Brandon Kingsley; fifth grade students Faith Mazzaroppi, Noah Fellows, Katie Hull, and Teara Smith; and sixth grade students Kincaid Pollock, Nariah Holden, Taylor Osborne, and Allison Collins.

The Fulton City School District’s behavioral expectations include: Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible. Fairgrieve Elementary also includes the expectation of Be a Problem Solver.