Gratitude Breakfast Honors Granby Students

November’s character education trait in the Fulton City School District was gratitude and students at Granby Elementary School selected as best representing that character trait were treated to a special “gratitude breakfast” with the principal recently.

Sisters Emily Treneer, left and Sammy Treneer, right were among the students selected by their teachers for their exemplary behavior and representation of the month’s behavioral expectation: gratitude. The students selected were treated to a special “gratitude breakfast” with Principal Heather Perry.

The following students were honored with the breakfast and each received a special certificate: Madisyn Blasczienski, Georgina Burch, Alissa Murdoch, Morgan Fischel, Nylenna Mann, Abbie Payment, Ricky Bush, Marissa Crofoot, Daniel Devendorf, Austin Garn, Nazzarene Donalson, Shelby Dopp, Kyleigh Richards, Somora Torello, Samantha Treneer, Skylar Blake, Cameron Hall, Tinity Munger, Jenna Fleming, Braeden Frost, Chloe Mansfield, Trinity Coady, Ethan Demars, Reagan Lunn, Peyton Wells, Jayden Henderson, Riley Kempston, Jonathan Sullivan, Reese Calkins, Miranda Laws, Jacob Shaw, John McCauliffe, Aeryn Digby, Lonny Mann, Grace Porter, Emily Cantrell, Aiden Scaringi, Emily Treneer, Erica Desalvatore, Chloe Collins, Austin Hamlett, Justice Lamb, Crystal Boland, Skylar Gibson, Jaden Patterson, Sidney Bradshaw, Tiffany Sidmore, Jacob Waters, Tyler Abraham, Mitchell Anderson, Skylar Richardson, Taylor Bonoffski, Dustin Bristol, Savanah Dishaw, Vance Hebert, Conner Billings, Jayda Blakeman, Ryan Gerth, Alexis Lighthall, Isabella Locastro, Sierra Vanmeter, Roy Harvey, Katelynn Serio, Alegha Colon, Ryan McLellan, Ean Stevenson, Collin Baker-Labreck, Trinity Barnes, and Jasmine Malave.

The acknowledgement is part of the Fulton City School District’s Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program at Granby Elementary School.

Pictured at Granby Elementary School’s “Gratitude Breakfast” which included French toast sticks, breakfast pizza, fruit and juice are Granby Principal Heather Perry and second grader Miranda Laws. The students were recognized for their exemplary behavior and positive attitude during the month of November at school.