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SUMTER COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT VISITS PRE-K
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Thursday, October 04, 2018
Pictured:  Ma’kayla Battle and Deputy Stephanie Floyd
Pictured: Ma’kayla Battle and Deputy Stephanie Floyd

Sumter County Primary School Pre-K student, Ma'kayla Battle, enjoyed a visit from the Sumter County Sheriff Deputies. They inducted our Pre-K students as Junior Deputies by giving each a badge. The students were able to hear the sirens, sit inside the cars, and even talk on the radio. SCPS appreciates the Sumter County Sheriff’s Department for taking time to be a part of Georgia Pre-K Week.

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