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NERMS students get the royal treatment


Twelve lucky NE students were treated to a limo ride and lunch at Sagebrush Steakhouse for having perfect attendance during the month of March.  The students were pulled at random from a pool of 269 students who attended school every day in March.  Northeastern’s attendance challenges are an effort for the school to best the Randolph County School System Goal 2019 of 98% student attendance.  The event was organized by NE’s Student Advocate, Donna Wood and Social Worker Susan Robbins.  Wood accompanied the students on their adventure and said, “Students were really excited for the experience”.

Student winners from 6th grade were Mariasoraya Pineda, Noah Watson, Leonardo Garcia Ramos and Alexendria Arias.  From 7th grade were Autumn Reitzel, Samantha Hartman, Michael Carl and Ayman Youness.  Selected from among the 8th grade were Jacob Hardee, Cela Watson, Destiny Hudson and Korey Bauersfeld. 

Ms. Wood’s solicitations from local businesses, NE’s PTO with assistance from Sagebrush Steakhouse allowed the event to come off without the use of any tax dollars.  Accompanying the students was EC Teacher Cindy Nelson who represented faculty members with perfect March attendance.  NE’s Administration is appreciative of the support and assistance of RCSS Central Services staff Assistant Superintendent, Marty Trotter and Finance Officer Todd Lowe for helping them to navigate the liability and insurance issues necessary to pull off the event.

Other NE attendance challenges this year included a “Frozen” themed event for all students with perfect attendance for 1st quarter, the “90 day $90” challenge and Lokai Bracelets given away mid-year and will wrap up the school year with perfect attendance drawings with students winning tickets donated by Wet’n Wild Emerald Point for 4th quarter and  CineMark Theater tickets for April.  Northeastern continues to stress the importance of all students being in school all day every day.


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