Fairgrieve Elementary School students selected for representing the behavioral expectation of Being Respectful were recently honored during the school’s Morning Express program.
Mr. Todd Terpening is pictured with the students selected at an awards ceremony in April.
Pictured are: Kindergarten students Kari Pagliaroli, Gage Brown, Corbin Cross, and Dakota Brown; first grade students Riley Niver, Aja Rogers, Lillian Cunningham, and Matthew Yawn; second grade students Kiara Pittman, Adon Heaney, Ashlyn Bonnell, and Mandy Allen; third grade students Abigail Hinman, Caleb Dillingham, and Aidehn Welling; fourth grade students Damien Reidell, Trinity Brownrigg, and Shyanne Miller; fifth grade students Hannah Bort, Noah Fellows, Jade Brownrigg, and Fiona McInnis; and sixth grade students Aidan Percival, Isaac Crandall, Hunter Dobrovolsky, and Jordan French.
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.