Nancy Edmonds Hanson email@example.com Starting school is a big step for every youngster. But what if it’s new not only to children, but to their parents?
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The walls vibrate with the energy of 300 rambunctious fourth graders, but when Mr. History walks in, they quiet down in rapt attention.
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