On their first day back from the patriotic Memorial Day holiday, Fairgrieve Elementary School students were greeted by a special visit from Fulton City Mayor Ronald Woodward. He stopped by the school’s Morning Express program to talk to the students in kindergarten through sixth grade about the school’s character virtue for the month of June, citizenship. He asked the students to think about the characteristics of a good citizen along with someone that they know who embodies those characteristics. Aside from characteristics such as obeying the law and working hard, a few student volunteers suggested that a good citizen is someone who cares for others, is responsible, does not liter, and helps the world. Mayor Woodward encouraged the students to uphold the school’s four behavior expectations (be respectful, be responsible; be safe; and be a problem solver) and said, “Always be the best you can be.” Later this month Fairgrieve Principal Jean Ciesla will recognize one role model student from each class at the school who demonstrates citizenship characteristics and upholds the school’s four school-wide behavior expectations.