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Savannah River Remediation donated $3,000 to A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet School's robotics program so the school can buy equipment and register for competitions. Students Jarrett Sims (from left), Mike Scruggs, Adeline Capps and Devin Carter; Rana O'Bryant, of SRR; Dr. LaMonica Lewis, A.R. Johnson principal; Dave Olson, SRR operations and deputy project manager; Aleksandriya Holiday, assistant principal; Sandra Johnson, engineering teacher; and students Jarrett Caldwell, Austin Whiting, Krista Holbien and Tariq Cannonier were at the donation ceremony.

Savannah River Remediation donated $3,000 to A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet School's robotics program so the school can buy equipment and register for competitions. Students Jarrett Sims (from left), Mike Scruggs, Adeline Capps and Devin Carter; Rana O'Bryant, of SRR; Dr. LaMonica Lewis, A.R. Johnson principal; Dave Olson, SRR operations and deputy project manager; Aleksandriya Holiday, assistant principal; Sandra Johnson, engineering teacher; and students Jarrett Caldwell, Austin Whiting, Krista Holbien and Tariq Cannonier were at the donation ceremony.  Special
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Savannah River Remediation donated $3,000 to A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet School's robotics program so the school can buy equipment and register for competitions. Students Jarrett Sims (from left), Mike Scruggs, Adeline Capps and Devin Carter; Rana O'Bryant, of SRR; Dr. LaMonica Lewis, A.R. Johnson principal; Dave Olson, SRR operations and deputy project manager; Aleksandriya Holiday, assistant principal; Sandra Johnson, engineering teacher; and students Jarrett Caldwell, Austin Whiting, Krista Holbien and Tariq Cannonier were at the donation ceremony.
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