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HATS ON FOR A GOOD CAUSE
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Wednesday, November 07, 2018
Pictured: Pre-K students in Mrs. Greene and Mrs. Hawkins’ class - Jamier Cross, Dominick Deriso, Chance Harper, Kayden Pittman, Nyla Burns, Chase Colwell, Chace Harper
Pictured: Pre-K students in Mrs. Greene and Mrs. Hawkins’ class - Jamier Cross, Dominick Deriso, Chance Harper, Kayden Pittman, Nyla Burns, Chase Colwell, Chace Harper

Sumter County Primary School recently held "Hats On for a Cause". Students were able to donate $1.00 and wear a hat to school. All money raised will go to help victims of Hurricane Michael.

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