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Lafayette School District Offers Specialty License Plates

Lafayette tag DRAFT 2Attention Lafayette Commodore fans! Did you know this year is the 50th anniversary of Lafayette School?

In celebration of this landmark anniversary the school has launched an exciting application drive for Lafayette Schools Specialty License Plates!

Organizers need a minimum of 300 car tags to get the new tags produced. The specialty plate is just $31, with $24 of coming straight back to Lafayette Schools to go toward continued technology needs and playground equipment. Leaders are trying to get as many applications in during the month of September as possible, so don’t delay!

The initial set up for your new Lafayette specialty license plate must be done through the school office this one time only. Each year after your initial set up you will renew through your normal tag renewal process, but the school STILL receives the $24 each year.

Participants must turn in the completed application plus the $31.00 fee by October 9. Applications and fees can be dropped Lafayette Schools Central Office, each individual school office, the Oxford-Lafayette County Chamber of Commerce (299 Jackson Avenue West) or Oxford Family Pharmacy (2209 South Lamar.)

You can also bring your completed application with you to any of the Lafayette home football games between now the application deadline. There will be a tag table close to the entrance. If you can questions you can contact Pam Swain at pam@oxfordms.com.

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