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Kindness recognized in special ceremony at Fulton Junior High School

“We are becoming a kinder school,” Fulton Junior High School Principal Ryan Lanigan told the students during a recent Kindness Assembly at the school.

Mr. Todd Parks, an 8th grade math teacher at Fulton Junior High School holds his recognition certificate during the Kindness Assembly at the school. Parks was nominated by a student who said he was “the most amazing teacher ever!”
Mr. Todd Parks, an 8th grade math teacher at Fulton Junior High School holds his recognition certificate during the Kindness Assembly at the school. Parks was nominated by a student who said he was “the most amazing teacher ever!”

Lanigan shared data regarding behavior that included “lots of positives and some things that we need to work on.”

He then announced the names of students and staff members who were recognized for their outstanding attitude and acts of kindness.

The recipients were nominated by students and staff and cited specific acts of kindness or positive behaviors during the past month.

 

Some of the students who were recognized during a recent Kindness Assembly at Fulton Junior High School are pictured with Principal Ryan Lanigan and Vice Principal Debbie Stuetz. Pictured in front, left to right are: Destiny Rose, Meagan Johnson, Robert Salerno, and Ariel Stacy. Standing in the back row, left to right are: Lanigan, Joshua Royal, Jacob Willcox, Dakota Gilchrist, Kasey Dickens, and Stuetz.
Some of the students who were recognized during a recent Kindness Assembly at Fulton Junior High School are pictured with Principal Ryan Lanigan and Vice Principal Debbie Stuetz. Pictured in front, left to right are: Destiny Rose, Meagan Johnson, Robert Salerno, and Ariel Stacy. Standing in the back row, left to right are: Lanigan, Joshua Royal, Jacob Willcox, Dakota Gilchrist, Kasey Dickens, and Stuetz.