TGS Compassion Awards

TGS Compassion Awards
Posted on 02/08/2023

Compassion Awards at Thomaston Grammar School

On Monday, February 6th, several students at Thomaston Grammar School were recognized for the attribute of compassion. Students were presented with a certificate at a school-wide assembly. Students who received the Compassion Award were: Avery Cole, Marley Johnson, Paige Feltis, Kelly Trial, Lila Haskell, Evie Fish, Hazel Dare, Kate Elmore, Khaleesi Breton, Sophia Chen, Harper Hendrick, and Aubree Joynt.

People who are compassionate are sensitive to the feelings of those around them.  They care for others and are able to put themselves in other people’s shoes.  They have empathy and want those around them to feel good about themselves and feel happy.  They are willing to help those around them and think about the needs of others above their own.  They are thoughtful about how they can help their peers, teachers, family members, friends and greater community.

Haylee Brooks was also awarded the Principal’s Award. Haylee is a wonderful member of the TGS community. She has an amazing positive attitude that shines through in all of her daily interactions, whether it be with a staff member or a fellow student.  She is a friend to all, and she treats others with respect and kindness always.

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