31 students recognized for their ACT scores

JACKSON, Tenn. — Thirty-one students were recognized for their ACT score.

Photo courtesy of the Jackson-Madison County School System

According to the Jackson-Madison County School System, the students were treated to a luncheon, given a certificate of their score, a black card for free access to sporting events up to them being 21-years-old, and a laptop from Superintendent Dr. Marlon King.

The school system says the laptops and luncheon were paid for by the Jackson-Madison County Education Foundation.

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