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Virtue of the Month Awards at Fairgrieve Recognize Students’ Perseverance

Pictured above are the following Perseverance Virtue Award Winners for the month of March: Front row: Caleb Dickens, Tyler Abraham, Nathaniel Searor, Jayda Padua, Joshua Cook, John Paul Murphy, Ivy Stoutenger, and Carolyn LaPierre. Middle row: Jakob Ball, Dylan Haymes, Allyson Salmonsen, Evan Kistner, Katelynn Belson, Aryona DiGregorio, and Dylan Stacy. Back row: Kyle Hotaling, Dallas Flewelling, Kyle Stewart, Samantha Tanner, and Mr. Todd Terpening.  Absent from photo: Jeremy Brown, McKenzie Pople, and Nathanial Wood.
Pictured above are the following Perseverance Virtue Award Winners for the month of March: Front row: Caleb Dickens, Tyler Abraham, Nathaniel Searor, Jayda Padua, Joshua Cook, John Paul Murphy, Ivy Stoutenger, and Carolyn LaPierre. Middle row: Jakob Ball, Dylan Haymes, Allyson Salmonsen, Evan Kistner, Katelynn Belson, Aryona DiGregorio, and Dylan Stacy. Back row: Kyle Hotaling, Dallas Flewelling, Kyle Stewart, Samantha Tanner, and Mr. Todd Terpening. Absent from photo: Jeremy Brown, McKenzie Pople, and Nathanial Wood.

Submitted by the Fulton City School District

Throughout the course of a school year, students at Fairgrieve Elementary School learn about the importance of good character traits such as respect, gratitude, empathy, tolerance, honesty, and perseverance.

For the month of March, the emphasis was on the virtue perseverance and role model students from kindergarten through sixth grade were recently honored for consistently demonstrating that value to others. These students never give up!

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  1. Great job Todd! Nice to read about your success and to see a teacher dressing like a professional. Maybe your attire and being a role model is a part of the success too.

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