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September 24, 2018

Granby MVPs get VIP treatment


Nearly 100 students at Granby Elementary School earned the honor of MVP – most valuable person.

Granby Elementary School students Lydia Mirabito, left, and Quinn Halstead show off their invitations to the school’s MVP Breakfast. School Principal Heather Perry, also pictured, invited nearly 100 students to the breakfast to honor and thank them for being role models and meeting expectations.

Granby Elementary School students Lydia Mirabito, left, and Quinn Halstead show off their invitations to the school’s MVP Breakfast. School Principal Heather Perry, also pictured, invited nearly 100 students to the breakfast to honor and thank them for being role models and meeting expectations.

MVPs are role model students that are recognized for their continuous support of the school’s following four behavioral expectations: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe, and Be Ready to Learn.

In recognition of the 100 MVPs’ efforts to make Granby Elementary School a great place to learn, work and visit, Principal Heather Perry hosted a VIP breakfast brunch.

The brunch was held before the start of the school day and the MVPs enjoyed a feast of breakfast pizza, French toast sticks, fruit, and juice.

Granby Elementary School 2nd grade student Bernie Roe is about to dig into an MVP breakfast. Bernie along with nearly 100 other students were invited to an MVP Breakfast, hosted by the school’s principal, to celebrate being a most valuable person and meeting the school’s expectations.

Granby Elementary School 2nd grade student Bernie Roe is about to dig into an MVP breakfast. Bernie along with nearly 100 other students were invited to an MVP Breakfast, hosted by the school’s principal, to celebrate being a most valuable person and meeting the school’s expectations.

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