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Schools raise money for Louisiana flooding

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A year ago, Georgetown County was struck with massive flooding that destroyed many homes and changes lives forever. People from around the country donated money, goods, and services to help our county recover from the disaster.
Earlier this school year, portions of Louisiana were hit with similar floods that caused damages much like the ones we suffered. In an effort to “pay it forward,” our students, teachers, and staff collected funds to donate to our friends in Louisiana, and they raised $6,147! We are proud of all of the schools for their amazing efforts, but three of our elementary schools deserve special recognition for raising the most money. Sampit Elementary raised $652, Andrews Elementary raised $839, and Kensington Elementary raised $971!