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Only the beginning

Thursday, October 1, 2009

After years of planning, students at Clay City Elementary (above) put their shovels to the dirt Thursday during the groundbreaking ceremony. Participants included (from left) PTO President Jenna Fry, John Stultz, Alyssa Hornaday, Rendi Crabb, Brianna Johnson, Nate Owens, Daylan Curtis and Cameron Fry.

Teachers and students (right) took time out of their busy schedules to take part in the Forest Park Elementary groundbreaking ceremony Thursday. Student participants included (from left) Austin Cook, Cameron Carroll, Mercede Callahan, Andy Young, Hailie Brandebury, Allan Bradshaw, Katelynn Weaver, Zachary Vanatti, Hunter Torbert, Autum Brandebury, Shawn Davis, Bree McKain and Tara Pearce.

Students at Van Buren Elementary took part in the groundbreaking ceremony Thursday, which begins the construction of the elementary building project. Participants included (below, from left) Noah Biddle, Mollie Hyde, Cassidy Atkinson, Nathan Bryan, Cynthia Hauk, Stanton Mendez, Cole Pierce, Santiago Esparza, Kyla Warren, Cameron Biddle, Allison Pell and Kourtney Warren.


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THIS IS GREAT TOO SEE.WE NEED TO INVEST IN OUR KIDS TODAY FOR THEY ARE THE FUTURE.NOW WHEN INDUSTRY SEE'S US COMMITING TO OUR KIDS AND OUR FUTURE THEY WILL CONSIDER US FOR THIER PLACE OF BUSINESS.WHICH MEANS MORE JOBS IN CLAY COUNTY.WAY TO GO SCHOOL BOARD.

-- Posted by GO HOOSIERS on Thu, Oct 1, 2009, at 11:54 PM


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