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Fairgrieve’s February Virtue of the Month Awards

Fairgreive Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla honored students for demonstrating honesty, the school’s February virtue of the month.

Fairgrieve Elementary School honesty virtue aware winners are pictured. Left to right in front are: Danielle Gober, Llyod LaValley, Riley Stoutenger, Keaton Kelly, Olivia Nesbitt, and Orissa Nelson; Middle row: Ivy Szlamczynski, Ethan Weaver, Tiffany Bean, Alexis Durval, Myles VanDyke, Morena Fenty, and Tristan Kent; Back row: Chad Mansfield, Andru Walts, Aeilistar Vincent, Benjamin Maliszewski, Shyanne Miller, and Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla. Missing from photo are honorees Kaylee Mason, Alexander Cook, Nicholas Belrad, and Chelsea Barker.
Fairgrieve Elementary School honesty virtue aware winners are pictured. Left to right in front are: Danielle Gober, Llyod LaValley, Riley Stoutenger, Keaton Kelly, Olivia Nesbitt, and Orissa Nelson; Middle row: Ivy Szlamczynski, Ethan Weaver, Tiffany Bean, Alexis Durval, Myles VanDyke, Morena Fenty, and Tristan Kent; Back row: Chad Mansfield, Andru Walts, Aeilistar Vincent, Benjamin Maliszewski, Shyanne Miller, and Fairgrieve Elementary School Principal Jean Ciesla. Missing from photo are honorees Kaylee Mason, Alexander Cook, Nicholas Belrad, and Chelsea Barker.

Honesty is the ability to be sincere, fair and truthful.

The virtue award winners were honored during a recent Morning Express program at the school.

The students received a special “Virtue of the Month” pin to wear for the day and keep as a token of appreciation from the school.