Fairgrieve students learning behavioral expectations

From left, Fairgrieve Elementary School students Olivia Forsyth, Olivia Hawthorne (kneeling), Lexi Patterson and Ana Marroquin stand before a list of behavioral expectations each student at the school is expected to follow. Students are expected to be respectful, responsible, safe and problem solvers.

FULTON — Students at Fairgrieve Elementary School in the Fulton City School District are expected to remain on their best behavior throughout the year as part of the school's list of behavioral expectations.

As part of the school's daily Morning Express assembly, students have been learning what their behavioral expectations are throughout different areas of the school. Regardless of their location within the building, students are expected to remain on their best behavior, think before they act, make good choices and set a good example for other students.

As part of the school's behavioral expectations matrix, students are asked to be respectful, responsible, safe and problem solvers throughout five different areas of the school – the classroom, hallway, cafeteria, bathroom and playground.

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