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PERFECT ATTENDANCE LUNCHEON
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Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Pictured:  Principal Dr. April Smith, Aaron Mitchell, Trayden Hooks, Miracle Morales- Lopez, Adolfina Gonzalez- Catalan, Kaylee Mercer, Taylor Minnis, Aniya Hawkins-West, and Heidi Alford
Pictured: Principal Dr. April Smith, Aaron Mitchell, Trayden Hooks, Miracle Morales- Lopez, Adolfina Gonzalez- Catalan, Kaylee Mercer, Taylor Minnis, Aniya Hawkins-West, and Heidi Alford

Sumter County Primary School recently held its first nine weeks perfect attendance luncheon. Students with perfect attendance were placed in a drawing and randomly chosen to have lunch with their parents for attending school each day of the nine weeks. The luncheon was held in the Media Center, and the students were also honored with certificates.

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