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Long Co. High students honored for works
Taylar Davis, Ashley Cabica and Robyn Sikes hold their Work-Based Learning Students of the Month for September at Long County High School. - photo by Photo provided.

The Long County High School Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education Department and the Work-Based Learning Program have named Taylar Davis, Robyn Sikes and Ashley Cabica as the Work-Based Learning Students of the Month for September.

Davis is part of our Tide to Teachers Program, where she interns at Walker Elementary School in Jessica Brewer’s fourth grade class.

"Taylar is an outstanding young woman. She arrives at Walker Elementary School each day prepared and eager to assist our young learners," Brewer said. "Taylar will make an exceptional educator. Her drive and motivation will serve her well in the future."

Sikes works at Smiley Elementary School as an office secretary.

"Robyn comes to work at Smiley Elementary School each afternoon with a smile on her face and a pleasant, professional demeanor," school Principal Lisa Long said. "She is eager to take on new responsibilities and displays a wonderful work ethic and attitude. The staff and students at Smiley enjoy working with her and appreciate all that she does to support our school."

Cabica works at Liberty Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Hinesville.

Her supervisor, Heather Dubberly, said, "Ashley is a very composed young woman. She has thrived in the time that she has worked for us here at Liberty Chrysler. It truly is a pleasure to have her in our working environment. Her will to achieve any goal and desire to improve on her abilities daily is just a few of the qualities this young woman has."

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