Granby Elementary take part in districtwide PBIS celebration

Students at Granby Elementary in the Fulton district participated in a district-wide PBIS celebration May 2. Third- and fourth-graders worked together to build a large tower of speed stacks. The sport of cup stacking utilizes both the right and left side of the brain, and helps to improve student’s hand-eye coordination, concentration and creativity as they learn the different stack patterns. This fine and gross motor development carries over to the classroom. The activity was designed to foster and encourage cooperation among students. Pictured in back from left are Anthony Gilmore, Ethan Demars, Aiden Scarringi, Tyler Hall, Riley Thompson and Tate Tucker. Middle: Gary Witkowski, Dayton Sievers, Emily Treneer, Marissa Peterson, Hannah Marvin and Giselle Campbell. Front: Frankie Brockway Jr., Anthony Velez and Emily Brown.
Students at Granby Elementary in the Fulton district participated in a district-wide PBIS celebration May 2. Third- and fourth-graders worked together to build a large tower of speed stacks. The sport of cup stacking utilizes both the right and left side of the brain, and helps to improve student’s hand-eye coordination, concentration and creativity as they learn the different stack patterns. This fine and gross motor development carries over to the classroom. The activity was designed to foster and encourage cooperation among students. Pictured in back from left are Anthony Gilmore, Ethan Demars, Aiden Scarringi, Tyler Hall, Riley Thompson and Tate Tucker. Middle: Gary Witkowski, Dayton Sievers, Emily Treneer, Marissa Peterson, Hannah Marvin and Giselle Campbell. Front: Frankie Brockway Jr., Anthony Velez and Emily Brown.
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