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PERFECT ATTENDANCE BIKE WINNER
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Friday, October 18, 2019
Pictured:  Assistant Principal Mr. Mohan Gugulothu, Mother Sade Hollis, Principal Dr. April Smith, and Lakista McCuller with his new bike
Pictured: Assistant Principal Mr. Mohan Gugulothu, Mother Sade Hollis, Principal Dr. April Smith, and Lakista McCuller with his new bike

Sumter County Primary School encourages all students to be at school each and every day. Even at such a young age, good attendance in school is very important. Students who had perfect attendance for the first nine weeks were entered into a random drawing for a brand new bike. Kindergarten student, Lakista McCuller, was the winner.

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