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Granby Elementary Celebrates with Gator Bash

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</p>Granby Elementary School held a Gator Bash recently honoring role model students and celebrating the first six weeks of school. Pictured above are the students who received the Respect Role Model Award. Front row (left to right): Jason Sperry, Cameron Grower, Kelly Caza, Jacob Fauler, Julia Scaringi, Alyssia Raponi, Mackenzie Steinbrecher, Haiden Johnson, Samuel May, and Sidney Bradshaw. Middle row (l to r): Gabrielle Boyce, Seth Perrin, Lily Wright, Haylee Rivera, Jordan Sawyer, Kylee Harten, and Abigail Everts. Back row (l to r): Kevin Cavalier, Mackenzie Bogart, Breann Foss, Stacey Sereno, Tracie Murphy, Jesse Janes, Ethan Dexter, Mariah Bardin, Angelica Moot, and Bill Rinn. (Absent from the photo is Alexis Shaw.)
Granby Elementary School held a Gator Bash recently honoring role model students and celebrating the first six weeks of school. Pictured above are the students who received the Respect Role Model Award. Front row (left to right): Jason Sperry, Cameron Grower, Kelly Caza, Jacob Fauler, Julia Scaringi, Alyssia Raponi, Mackenzie Steinbrecher, Haiden Johnson, Samuel May, and Sidney Bradshaw. Middle row (l to r): Gabrielle Boyce, Seth Perrin, Lily Wright, Haylee Rivera, Jordan Sawyer, Kylee Harten, and Abigail Everts. Back row (l to r): Kevin Cavalier, Mackenzie Bogart, Breann Foss, Stacey Sereno, Tracie Murphy, Jesse Janes, Ethan Dexter, Mariah Bardin, Angelica Moot, and Bill Rinn. (Absent from the photo is Alexis Shaw.)

Granby Elementary School held a school-wide assembly recently to honor role model students and celebrate the success of their first six weeks of school.

Led by Granby Elementary Principal Heather Perry, staff and students from kindergarten through sixth grade gathered in the cafeteria for their first Gator Bash.

During this bash students enjoyed a slideshow of photographs, set to music, recapping what they have already learned and accomplished since the start of the school year.

In addition, one student from each class was selected to receive and presented with a Respect Role Model Award for exemplifying extraordinary character and being a positive behavior example for other students.

In addition to being respectful, students at Granby Elementary are encouraged to uphold other positive behavioral virtues such as being responsible, safe, and ready to learn.