DaMarian Johnson, left, and Kylique Burton check out their new bikes during a pep rally at St. Helena Elementary School on Friday afternoon.  The two students were randomly selected for following  the school's rules set forth by Assistant Principal Marvelle Ulmer, Be respectful. Be responsible. Be ready.
DaMarian Johnson, left, and Kylique Burton check out their new bikes during a pep rally at St. Helena Elementary School on Friday afternoon. The two students were randomly selected for following the school's rules set forth by Assistant Principal Marvelle Ulmer, Be respectful. Be responsible. Be ready. JONATHAN DYER | The Beaufort Gazette
DaMarian Johnson, left, and Kylique Burton check out their new bikes during a pep rally at St. Helena Elementary School on Friday afternoon. The two students were randomly selected for following the school's rules set forth by Assistant Principal Marvelle Ulmer, Be respectful. Be responsible. Be ready. JONATHAN DYER | The Beaufort Gazette

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