Hard work has paid off in physical education class for several Fairgreive Elementary School students.
One student from each classroom received the Most Improved Athlete honor during a recent Morning Express program.
The recipients showcased a willingness to put in work to advance their cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills which are the focus of physical education classes.
Physical education teacher Corry Zion said students that were selected for the award have put in extra effort and taken risks in order to improve their skills and physical education knowledge.
Sitting, from left, are: Kayla Kneeskern, Eddie Ramirez-Abrams, Charlotte Pero, Corbin Burns, Evan Weaver, Kyran Fitzgerald and Carson Horning.
In the middle row, from left, are: Brady Niver, Olivia Tussey, Elijah Brooks, Michael VanDelinder, Brinley Kent, Emily Ilacqua, Kendall Brooks, Kaya Renfrew and Hunter Holiday.
Standing, from left, are physical education teacher Kevin Ahern and students: Mia Holliday, Matthew Clements, Cayden Alfano, Dykel Ruscitto, Linda Hartmann, Matisyn Brockway, Kenadie Shatraw, Hayden Lockwood and teacher Corry Zion.
Absent is student Lysinda Roberts.