Fairgrieve Elementary School students excelled during the second marking period and their effort was recognized during a recent Morning Express program.
Twenty-four students from kindergarten through sixth grade earned the Principal’s Award, which recognizes students for exhibiting the school’s behavioral expectations.
The expectations are part of the district-wide PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) initiative and encourage students to be respectful, responsible, safe and problem solvers.
The students who earned the second-quarter award were:
Emily Ilacqua, Aden Bentley and Kayla Pero (kindergarten); Timothy Van Antwerp, Casandra Guillaume, Jade Barnwell and Benjamin Renfrew (first grade); Izaiah VanBuren, Adelaide McEachen, Trevor Chappell and Gianna Tucker (second grade); Rylee Spencer, Ciara Dillingham and Alexa Halstead (third grade); Cameron Brown, Trae Mitchell, Aurora Lawton and Caitlin Todt (fourth grade); Eva Lynn Dickens, Abigail Hinman and Charlie Stoutenger (fifth grade); and Brandi Carr, Sennayeawauss Clinard and Autumn Stoltz (sixth grade).