Fairgrieve names December expectation experts


Students who exhibited being safe, responsible, problem-solvers and respectful throughout the month of December were recently named expectation experts.
The recognition came during a Morning Express program where Principal Jean Sampsell thanked all 26 recipients for setting a wonderful example for their peers. For their efforts, the students received a commemorative pencil and a “brag tag” to add to their collection.
The Fourth Grade Glee Club also performed “Reach Out” in sign language as they sang along to the tune about empathy and trying to understand how people feel.
Pictured in the front row, from left, are expectation experts: Olivia Rivera, Nathan Longok, Adrianna Viscome-Rice, Parker Killmeyer, Jeremy Wright, Brandon Stoltz, Jameson Hutchinson, Darren Rockwell and Julissa Holley. Kneeling, from left, are: Easton Kent, Jayce Wornick, Tyler Goodman, Olivia Skilinskis, Evaya Menkins, Chloe Calkins, Tyler Bryant, Michael Vandelinder and Nevaeh Yawn. Standing, from left, are: Kayla McCraith, Marissa Race, Ashton Middleton, Matisyn Brockway, Ciearra Harris, Taylor Hull, Shyla Alvarado and Principal Sampsell. Absent from the photo is Lysinda Roberts.


Principal Jean Sampsell, top right, flashes a smile as Fairgrieve
Elementary School’s December expectation experts show off their
rewards for being safe, responsible, respectful and problem-solvers.