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Honor roll students get limo ride, lunch
MR limo riders
Students who qualified for the noon treat pose for a photo. - photo by Photo by Mike Riddle
LUDOWICI — Long County students were treated like royalty on Jan. 23 for continuing to do well on their report cards.
The sixth-eighth grade students at Walker Middle School had maintained A averages in every subject through the first and second semesters of the school year.
So the school had a limousine and driver pick the kids up at 11 a.m. and take them to Jesup to eat all their stomachs could hold at the Western Sizzlin lunch buffet.
“I am very proud of these kids,” Principal Dr. Vicky Wells said. “They have done great and stayed on the A honor roll for two nine-week semesters.”
She added, “You all time hear about the bad kids, but these are some kids who are doing good things, and who are our future leaders. We just wanted to reward them for their hard work.”
Wells rode along and ate with the kids; Alyssa Anderson, Elara Ayala, Tyler Berry, Sarai Castillo, Carmela Ciccone, Ashley Clark, Taylor Cornell, Tina Delgado, Amber DeLoach, Taylor Dinkins, Maya Ellerbee, Erica Golden, Like Golden, Kadeja Green, Marleigh Heath, Nathan Horne, Hannah Johnson, Halayna Klassen, Dalton Long, Brittany Milton, Ruby Norman, Abbey Pilkington, Taylor Poole, Clay Strickland, Jacob Turner and Kylie Yancey.
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