Fairgrieve names respectful school citizens


Fairgrieve Elementary School celebrated several, of its respectful students during a recent Morning Express program.
 
One child form each kindergarten through sixth-grade classroom was honored by their teacher for making a difference in their classroom by being shining examples of respectful school citizens throughout the month of September. Guests, teachers and classmates cheered and applauded as Principal Jean Sampsell called each recipient by name.
 
“We are very proud of you,” Sampsell said, before the students posed for a photograph and were awarded a “brag tag” for their efforts.
 
Attendees were also treated to the first Fourth Grade Glee Club performance of the year. Participants sang “Show Me Some Respect,” a tune about the right to be treated fairly. Glee Club Director Hope Lawton commended the students for giving up a portion of their lunch time once per week to practice for their monthly show.
 
Respect awardees pictured in the from row, from left, are: Arthur Hager, Carter Bogan, Darren Rockwell, Jullian DeMunn, Ava Burr, Amara Finch, Sophia Frataccia-Wavle, Alexa Messerly and Jaleel Barnwell. In the second row, from left, are: Jeremy Wright, Jr., Dahni Perry, Kendall Brooke, Piper Litchison, Donald Belson, Jared Gardenier, Lysinda Roberts, Addison Gleason and Principal Sampsell. In the back row, from left, are: Casandra Guillaume, Kari Pagliaroli, Zoey Kerr, Corbin Cross, Matisyn Brockway and Gabbriella Runge. Absent from the photo is Hayden Lockwood.


Fairgrieve Principal Jean Sampsell, far right in the middle,
smiles alongside students who were recently named as being
respectful throughout the month of September.