As a part of its Positive Behavior and Intervention System, Chocowinity Middle School had a drawing to reward students who had zero discipline referrals for the month of October. One student’s name was chosen from each grade level to receive a prize bag of school supplies. Students chosen this month (pictured, from left) are fifth-grader Karl Ayers, sixth-grader Madison Hudson, seventh-grader Tranella Norman and eighth-grader Christopher Maye. (Submitted photo/Beaufort County Schools)

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CMS rewards good behavior

Published 9:13pm Wednesday, December 5, 2012

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