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A Great First Day









These first and second grade Pettisville elementary students were ready to start the new school year, Tuesday morning, Aug. 17. Nathan Rupp, first grade, in front, is followed by Levi Meyers, Reed Krueger, and Nathaniel Keim, second graders. Tammy Burkholder, the bus driver, was responsible for getting the youngsters to school for their big day. Pettisville schools started early this year due to time constraints imposed by the construction of a new school building. –photos by David Pugh

These first and second grade Pettisville elementary students were ready to start the new school year, Tuesday morning, Aug. 17. Nathan Rupp, first grade, in front, is followed by Levi Meyers, Reed Krueger, and Nathaniel Keim, second graders. Tammy Burkholder, the bus driver, was responsible for getting the youngsters to school for their big day. Pettisville schools started early this year due to time constraints imposed by the construction of a new school building. –photos by David Pugh

Pettisville school district students file off buses and make their way into the school buildings to start the school year, Tuesday, Aug. 17. While the students may have dreaded the early start, next summer they will enjoy an extra-long summer vacation, thanks to construction of their new school building.

Pettisville school district students file off buses and make their way into the school buildings to start the school year, Tuesday, Aug. 17. While the students may have dreaded the early start, next summer they will enjoy an extra-long summer vacation, thanks to construction of their new school building.

Steve Switzer, superintendent of the Pettisville Local School District, greets students as they stream into the school building, Tuesday, Aug. 17, to start the 2010-11 school year. It is the last year for portions of the existing buildings; next summer, they will be demolished, to be replaced by a new building.

Steve Switzer, superintendent of the Pettisville Local School District, greets students as they stream into the school building, Tuesday, Aug. 17, to start the 2010-11 school year. It is the last year for portions of the existing buildings; next summer, they will be demolished, to be replaced by a new building.

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