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Fairgrieve students awarded for showing tolerance

Several Fairgrieve Elementary School students were recently honored for exhibiting tolerance throughout the month of January.
Each grade-level classroom teacher selected one student to receive the school’s Virtue of the Month award because they have proven to allow the occurrence of something they do not necessarily like or agree with. Principal Jean Ciesla said the students should be proud of themselves for maintaining outstanding character and the admirable quality of tolerance. Their classmates, teachers and guests agreed, as they applauded and cheered their accomplishments during a Morning Express program in the gymnasium.
For their efforts, students received a “brag tag” to add to their collection. The entire student body, along with Fairgrieve staff members, were also elated with the Fourth Grade Glee Club’s performance of “What the World Needs Now is Love.”
Tolerance honorees, from left, in front are: Nickolas Parsons, Chloee Bailey, Mackenna Myers, Anara Whittaker, Mason Shatraw, Brandon Wines, Olivia Gonzale, Harlow Hayward and Saline Webster. In the middle row, from left, are: Michael Noel, Melanie Richway, Izaiah VanBuren, Grace Vogel, Brogan Quirk, Annalee Mitchell, Kelsey Draughn and Aizlyn Adkins. In the back row, from left, are: Savannah Mirabito, Mia Holliday, Reese Niver, Orissa Nelson, Rylee Spencer and Evaya Menkins. They are joined by Principal Ciesla. Absent from the photo is Ethan Hatter.

Fairgrieve Elementary School Tolerance Award recipients are
joined by their principal Jean Ciesla during a recent ceremony
in which they were recognized for exhibiting the Virtue of the
Month. Absent from the photo is awardee Ethan Hatter.





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Fulton, New York 13069
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