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Saumya Salunke, Pre-K

Saumya Salunke, Pre-K

Saumya Salunke, Pre-K

Virginia Wooten

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To put it simply, Spring Break is single handedly the reason students and faculty have sanity by this time in the school year. People sleep in, travel, and just relish in the fact that there is no school for a whole ten days! Students and faculty over Spring Break 2018 had wonderful times, from traveling across the world to catching up on sleep. Students and faculty had many things they loved and enjoyed about their time away from school.

Ms. Forero, High School Spanish teacherĀ 

 

Chandler Gazaway, 11th

Tom Qian, 10th

Will Stewart said, 11th

Macie Barnes, 11th

Vivian Rogers, 10th

Ann Margaret Taylor, 12th

Sarah Stancavish, 9th

Saumya Salunke, Pre-K

Kennedi Webb, 1st

Delmar Rouse, 1st

Will Wooten, 8th

Roslyn Smith, 4th

Holly Brantley, 12th

Alex Gardener, 7th

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