A group of 39 Brownstown Central High School students were recognized Thursday morning, not for standing out, but for being outstanding.
The VIP or Very Important Person program, which has been in place for six years, requires each of the school’s 39 teachers to pick an outstanding student each year.
Those students and their parents are then treated to breakfast, where they are recognized.
Finding an outstanding student among the school’s 600-plus students is not always an easy task.
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