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Madison County School District hosts volunteer appreciation reception

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The Madison County School District Superintendent Doug Brown and district employees hosted an Appreciation Reception for school volunteers at the School Board office on Monday, Feb 23 at 5:30 p.m. Madison County has a total of 486 approved school volunteers. Volunteers help in various ways. The volunteers work on committees and booster clubs, chaperone field trips, help teachers in the classroom, help at the school’s library and festivals at one or more of the school districts six schools: Greenville Elementary School, Pinetta Elementary School, Lee Elementary School, Madison County Central School, Madison County High School and Madison County Excel School. The reception had many volunteers attend and mingle with the other volunteers. Volunteers were given pins to commemorate the time they have volunteered.

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