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    Kathryn Shepard was honored as Southside High School’s nominee to the Beaufort County Board of Education for the character trait of perseverance.

    Other students nominated for this character trait, part of the Beaufort County Schools’ character education program, included Raquan Ward, Kadijah Boyd, Lyndsey McNay, Ashley Fields, Rokeem Miller, Trinity Dawson, Dijonna Jones, Brandy Dobbs, Breonna Blango, Donshae Tatum, Darrin Tatum, and Kyle White.

    All nominees were honored at a reception at Southside on February 1.

    Students who were recognized for perseverance included (front row, left to right) Ashley Fields, Lyndsey McNay, Brandy Dobbs, Trinity Dawson (back row, left to right) Kathryn Shepard, Breonna Blango, Raquan Ward, Darrin Tatum, and Dijonna Jones. Kadijah Boyd, Rokeem Miller, Donshae Tatum, and Kyle White are not pictured.

    Sarah Hodges
    Public Information Officer
    Beaufort County Schools

    252.946.6593 office
    252.402.5834 cell

    "If we did all the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves." - Abraham Lincoln
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