Deputy helps family get students back to school

Posted 10/11/21

Hendry County Sheriff's Deputy Maria Aguirre received a letter of commentation at the HCSO Quarterly Awards...

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Deputy helps family get students back to school

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CLEWISTON — Hendry County Sheriff's Deputy Maria Aguirre received a letter of commentation at the HCSO Quarterly Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021

Deputy Maria Aguirre was awarded a Commendation Letter after being nominated by Sergeant Allen Hudson.

Sgt. Hudson expressed his admiration to the deputy for responding to a standby call requested by Clewiston Middle School. He advised she responded to a home where juveniles had not been attending school for some time.

She assisted the family in getting their children’s attendance back on track.

Doug Fowler, Mental Health Specialist for Hendry County Schools wrote that Aguirre was an integral part of assisting the family.

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