Midland Middle School eighth-grader Evan Stancombe, seated, and his family take pictures after signing his contract as a REACH Georgia Scholarship Program recipient during Wednesday’s ceremony in the Muscogee County Public Education Center. The program, started by Gov. Nathan Deal in 2012, awards high-achieving students from low-income families $10,000 in college financial assistance over four years, plus mentoring and academic help during high school, if they continue to meet the program’s requirements.
Midland Middle School eighth-grader Evan Stancombe, seated, and his family take pictures after signing his contract as a REACH Georgia Scholarship Program recipient during Wednesday’s ceremony in the Muscogee County Public Education Center. The program, started by Gov. Nathan Deal in 2012, awards high-achieving students from low-income families $10,000 in college financial assistance over four years, plus mentoring and academic help during high school, if they continue to meet the program’s requirements. ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
Midland Middle School eighth-grader Evan Stancombe, seated, and his family take pictures after signing his contract as a REACH Georgia Scholarship Program recipient during Wednesday’s ceremony in the Muscogee County Public Education Center. The program, started by Gov. Nathan Deal in 2012, awards high-achieving students from low-income families $10,000 in college financial assistance over four years, plus mentoring and academic help during high school, if they continue to meet the program’s requirements. ROBIN TRIMARCHI rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com

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