Leon Hall, Kayla Harrison visit school for 'Learning is Cool' - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Bengal, Olympic Gold Medalist reward students for good grades

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Some professionals went back to school on Tuesday, including a Cincinnati Bengal.

Part of the Marvin Lewis Community Fund, the 'Learning is Cool' program rewards students for academic success.

Cincinnati Bengal Leon Hall visited Evanston Academy, along with Olympic Gold Medalist Kayla Harrison and Greg Harmeyer, executive of Tier 1 Performance Solutions.

Honor roll students and the special guests played different games to win prizes and enjoyed a pizza lunch, sponsored by Italianette Pizza.

The program encourages kids to do well in school, regardless of their future career path.

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