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S.A.I.L. graduates first multi-school class

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Leader photos by CALEB DANIEL - Left: From left to right, top to bottom, Cedar Creek student Luke Black; Ruston High students Bolton Stegall, Ben Denny, Leigh Cox and Christian Payne; Choudrant High students Livia Hamilton and Avery Henry; RHS student Amanda Meng and Cedar Creek student Lydia George were joined by Ruston Mayor Ronny Walker and S.A.I.L. Program Director Victoria Sexton as they celebrated their graduation from the 2018-19 S.A.I.L. program Wednesday at Ruston Artisans. Right: Choudrant High student Avery Henry shares her experience with S.A.I.L. at the program graduation Wednesday.

After a successful pilot run with 10 Ruston High School students last school year, the Students Actively Involved in Leadership (S.A.I.L.) program, now expanded to involve three area schools, graduated its second class Wednesday at Ruston Artisans.

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