THOMASTON — Several Thomaston Grammar School students were recognized for their respectfulness at a school-wide assembly on Friday, October 4.
Showing respect is the most important trait that each one of us should possess and practice, according to TGS, in a news release. Respect for oneself and for schoolmates includes paying attention to others’ feelings, emotions, and physical well-being.
“Respect for adults and respect for the physical plant of our school all add up to being exemplary members of our TGS community,” said TGS.
The children who have earned this recognition for respect show the following attributes: they are active listeners and problem solvers with peers; they accept direction from adults; and they know that TGS is a place of learning and of building relationships with each other.
Maden Jovin was also presented with this month’s Principal’s Award.
Maden is a student who quietly does the right thing each and every day without being asked or reminded to do so. He is respectful to everyone at all times. His is kind, caring, tolerant, honest, and helpful. In addition to these wonderful qualities, he also has a great sense of humor. His teachers and peers alike appreciate how he treats them and contributes to the community as a whole. He puts in his best effort at all times and works to ensure that his choices are appropriate and positive.
Congratulations to all the students who received awards at TGS this month!