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"Pride in RCSS" Honorees

The Randolph County School System’s “Pride in RCSS” program recognizes employees who display “pride in the school system” and “high character/high commitment” through their daily efforts.

These individuals help the school system in ways often not visible to the public and do their jobs with a high level of pride. Any RCSS employee can receive a “Pride in RCSS” pin. The pins are distributed by members of the RCSS Leadership Team, principals, and Board of Education members, and may be given at any time. Employees are rewarded for doing something “special” to help the school system, regardless of the size or magnitude of the act.

See the list of "Pride in RCSS" pin recipients from May 1, 2016 to April 30, 2017.

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