Honesty and Creativity Awards at TGS

Honesty and Creativity Awards
Posted on 05/11/2021
The Principal's Award goes to Ashton

Honesty & Creativity Awards at Thomaston Grammar School

Several students at Thomaston Grammar School were recognized for their honesty and creativity at a school-wide Zoom assembly on May 7th. Students receiving the Honesty Award were: Ella Chamberlin, Evangelina Davidson, Evelyn Robertson, Owen McGowan, Finn Mullen, Khaleesi Breton, Aubrey Couch, Ayden Basinet, Raeanna Fallin, Sophia Davis, Taryn Mullen, Owen Jordan, and Oliver Reavley. Students receiving the Creativity Award were: Elizabeth Guzman, Evelyn Curtis, Brycen Carr, Benjamin Brown, Aden Daniello, Warren Fallin, Emma Emery, Harper Hendrick, Kacy Callahan, Nadia Markwith, Leighton Petty, Mikaela Callahan, Trudee McClellan, Riley Donahue, Morty Payor, and Ericka Bailey.

All of the students receiving the Honesty Award are known to be honest. They are honest, even when it may be difficult to do so.  Students who are honest can be trusted to do what is asked of them, to contribute to the group or team, to be loyal to their friends, classmates, and family members, and to tell the truth always.  People who are honest share their opinions, but do so in a responsible and respectful way.  They often help those around them to understand that honesty is the best policy.  They are good examples when interacting with their peers.  They are known to be trustworthy in all situations.

The students receiving the Creativity Award are known to be very creative.  Creative thinkers are able to think outside the box.  They are able to see new and exciting ways of doing things.  They take risks and are willing to try new things without fear.  Because these students are willing to be creative, they are able to produce some amazing things.  People who are creative have excellent imaginations and are able to express themselves in unique and exciting ways.  They go beyond what is expected, and the result is magnificent.  They inspire others with their creative spirit.

Ashton Rice also received the Principal’s Award. Ashton is consistently safe and kind and tries his best always. He doesn’t need to be reminded to do so, he just does it because it is who he is; it is part of his character. He prides himself in doing what is right and what is kind. He is honest, trustworthy and responsible. He strives to do his work to the best of his ability. He is a pleasure to have in any classroom. He has made many wonderful gains in his years here at Thomaston Grammar School.

Congratulations to all the students who received awards at TGS this month!