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2018-2019 school year starts, many student schedules still incomplete

Haley Huson, senior, waits in front of Russel Smith's, counselor, office to fix her schedule. Many students had holes in their schedules, and missed classes while waiting in line to get them fixed.

Natale O'Dell, Buisness Mangager

Students started the 2018-2019 school year on August 14, but not everything was prepared for their return.  Many students’ schedules had errors, including holes in certain class periods and being enrolled in classes they have already passed.  Students waited in lines outside the counselors’ doors during the first week to have their schedules fixed.  The new school year brought a few changes as well, such as free lunches, and 30 new staff members.

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