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SCPS DONATES TO TWO LOCAL CHILDREN BATTLING CANCER
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Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Assistant Principal Mr. Mohan Gugulothu, Parents Marlon Foster and Heavenly Collier, son Caden, teacher Dr. Sherralyn Stone, and Principal Dr. April Smith
Assistant Principal Mr. Mohan Gugulothu, Parents Marlon Foster and Heavenly Collier, son Caden, teacher Dr. Sherralyn Stone, and Principal Dr. April Smith

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Sumter County Primary School students donated a $1.00 to wear their favorite hat to school Monday, September 30, 2019 to help raise money for two local children battling childhood cancer. Katie Aycock, a former Sumter County Primary School student, and Caden Foster were given donations to help with needed expenses.

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