THOMASTON — Students at Thomaston Grammar School have been focusing on cooperation during the month of October. Several students at Thomaston Grammar School were recognized for being cooperative at a school-wide assembly on November 1. The students receiving this award are known to cooperate and be team players.
Cooperation Award winners were: Tucker O’Hare, Nova Clements, Ezra Blakey, Kayden Barnard, Phoebe Edwards-Jenks, Skylar Haynes, Norah Smith, Derrick Corson, Ivy Gamage, Hazel Dare, Kate Elmore, Harlow Peterson-Crute, Bryan Slape, Juliette Johnson, and Charlie Chamberlain.
Throughout the month, students were awarded daily tickets for being cooperative. These tickets were put into a raffle and six lucky winners were drawn at the assembly. Winners received their choice of a gift card donated
by local businesses. The winners this month were: Erik King, Anthony Diaz, Piper McMahan, Greta Stinson, and Matthew Hall.
Emma Emery was also presented with this month’s Principal’s Award. She quietly and consistently does the right thing, always. She has a positive impact on our school and is patient, kind, trustworthy, responsible, and respectful.
The assembly concluded with a rousing game of Hungry, Hungry Turkeys, where teams of students raced against each other to grab “turkey food” and bring it back to their home base.
Next month, students at TGS will be focusing on empathy.
Congratulations to all the students who received awards at TGS this month!