Former J.V. Martin student Ty'Sheoma Bethea, is congratulated by former J.V. Martin principal Amanda Burnett after receiving the Palmetto Ambassador of Education award during an award presentation at J.V. Martin Junior High, the state's oldest school. At right is CEO of Sagus International Darryl Rosser, who was also given the Palmetto Ambassador of Education award.
Former J.V. Martin student Ty'Sheoma Bethea, is congratulated by former J.V. Martin principal Amanda Burnett after receiving the Palmetto Ambassador of Education award during an award presentation at J.V. Martin Junior High, the state's oldest school. At right is CEO of Sagus International Darryl Rosser, who was also given the Palmetto Ambassador of Education award.
Former J.V. Martin student Ty'Sheoma Bethea, is congratulated by former J.V. Martin principal Amanda Burnett after receiving the Palmetto Ambassador of Education award during an award presentation at J.V. Martin Junior High, the state's oldest school. At right is CEO of Sagus International Darryl Rosser, who was also given the Palmetto Ambassador of Education award.

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