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Nearly 200 seniors enrolled in Hardin County Schools’ new work ethic certification program by Friday’s deadline.
Out of 975 seniors in the school district, a total of 195 — 20 percent of the senior class — opted to participate in the program, according to John Wright, HCS spokesman.
“We were hoping for more,” Wright said, “but we know as this progresses, more students will be eligible to participate.”
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