Fairgrieve Elementary Students Show Tolerance


Fairgrieve Elementary School students were celebrated during a recent Morning Express program for exhibiting tolerance throughout January.
One student from each classroom was selected for the monthly virtue award and received a “brag tag” to add to their collection. In addition to that honor, students and staff members were treated to a performance of “This Can Be” by the fourth-grade glee club. Director Hope Lawton said the song encourages acceptance of others in order to make a difference in the world.
Award recipients received much applause and cheers from classmates and guests as Principal Jean Ciesla said they are “so thoughtful and think about others.”
Honorees, from left in the front row are: Madison Towsley, Xander Belson, Holden Ingersoll, Nathan Blake, Braelyn Horning, Charlotte Pero, Dalilah Vasquez and Patrick Brooks. Kneeling, from left are: Hunter Nichols, Angel Goodman, Matthew Clements, Danielle Gober, Ciara Dillingham and Ciearra Harris. Standing, from left are: Principal Ciesla and students Emily Barrett, Jessica Herlowski, Adam Paro, Joshua Brown and Caitlin Todt. Absent from the photo are: Lysinda Roberts, Brandon Wines, Joshua Zapata, Kari Pagliaroli and Audrina Mendez.


Fairgrieve Elementary School students are all smiles after they
received the monthly virtue award honor for exhibiting tolerance
throughout January. Principal Jean Ciesla, top left, distributed
a “brag tag” for each student.