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#CCSD1stDay 2019
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower and Creekland MS sixth-grader Journey Cowart. Tippens ES staff, from left to right, paraprofessional Jennifer D’ambrisi and teachers Kelly Robertson and April Popham. The Isaacs siblings are ready for the first day: Cherokee HS freshman Cooper, Freedom MS seventh-grader Branson, and Liberty ES fifth-grader Tucker and third-grader Kinley. The White siblings are ready for school: Clark Creek ES STEM Academy first-grader Elli, second-grader Ollie and fourth-grader Naomi. Dean Rusk MS sixth-grader Rain McRae. Etowah HS freshman Sydney and senior Aaren Johnson. Ethel thinks she's going to school with the Roulier brothers --- Etowah HS sophomore Brady, ACE Academy sophomore Ethan and E.T. Booth MS seventh-grader Griffin. The Dean siblings -- Etowah HS freshman Beau, Clark Creek ES STEM Academy fifth-grader Ashlyn and E.T. Booth MS seventh-grader TI -- are ready for the first day. Woodstock ES third-grade teacher Lauren Caccavone and her class. Siblings Johnston ES second-grader Mamie, fifth-grader Jackson and third-grader Peyton Balejcsik. Sequoyah HS freshman Andrew and Dean Rusk MS seventh-grader Jordan Barker. Sequoyah HS freshman Mya McRae. Sixes ES kindergartner Finley Burdick. Ralph Bunche Center preschoolers in teacher Kim Childers' class walk down the hall together. Ralph Bunche Center preschooler Kiya Bredemann. R.M. Moore ES STEM Academy second-grader Hadyn and big brother fourth-grader Zaydn Barron check the list to see who's in their classes. R.M. Moore ES STEM Academy kindergartner Levi Blanton smiles for a photo for mom, Amanda. From left to right: R.M. Moore ES STEM Academy paraprofessional Kim Howell, second-grader Reese Ghorley and teacher Stephanie Collett. R.M. Moore ES STEM Academy kindergartner Sofia and prekindergartner Olivia Verdaguer arrive at school with mom, Veronica. Sixes ES fifth-grader Brayden Howells. Sixes ES fifth-grader Evan and first-grader Noah Saxon. Sixes ES kindergartner Jennings and third-grader Turner Peppers. Woodstock ES fourth-grader Àngel Emiliano Avalos. Woodstock ES third-grader Allison Gibbs. Mountain Road ES kindergartner james and second-grader Spencer Sparks. Mill Creek MS sixth-grader Ryan and eighth-grader Lia Foley. Little River ES third-grader Andrew and kindergartner Abby Hewgley. Liberty ES second-grader Lily Littlefield. Liberty ES second-grader Austin Wood and teacher Angie Nalls. CCSD Preschool Centers Assistant Principal Angela Moody and Johnston ES preschooler Miles Estill. Holly Springs ES STEM Academy third-grader Elianna Schantz. Holly Springs ES STEM Academy kindergartner Judah and fourth-grader Lucian Eisley. Hickory Flat ES first-grader Emme and fifth-grader Finley Ball and Principal Whitney Nolan. Hickory Flat ES first-grader Elias and second-grader Parker Cagle. Hickory Flat ES first-grader Madison Drago. E.T. Booth MS sixth-grader Landon Bridgers. E.T. Booth MS eighth-grader Caroline Honea. Dean Rusk MS eighth-grader Jones Le Roy. Creekview HS senior Bailee Thomas. Creekview HS freshman Wright and senior Ellie Stanley. Clayton es students post the Georgia and U.S. flags at the start of the school day. Clayton ES kindergartner Maggie Lawson is all smiles. Clayton es fourth-graders Ayla Booth and Elizabeth Chadwick arrive for the first day. The Clayton ES fifth-grade class of teacher Jada Hanson says the Pledge of Allegiance to begin the day. Clark Creek ES STEM Academy third-grader Kaden and kindergartner Korben Martin. Clark Creek ES STEM Academy fourth-grader Julianne Sanders with teachers Lauren Cunningham and Krissy Cloud. Clark Creek ES STEM Academy first-grader Katie and fourth-grader Aubrey Meier. Clark Creek ES STEM Academy first-grader Hailey Holton. CCSD Instructional Technology Specialist Merry Willis shares breakfast with Ralph Bunche Center prekindergartner Bee Jacoby. Bascomb ES fifth-graders Madeline and Robert Ragsdale and Dooley, who wishes he could go to school, too. Avery ES Principal Dr. Lisa Turner and fourth-grader Dakota Calhoun.