Last day of school brings wave of emotions

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Children get a jump start on summer fun after the last day of school ended on Tuesday, playing together on the playground. From left: Shae Turner, who completed third grade; brother Will Brooks, who completed third grade; and David Turner, who completed fourth. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Children get a jump start on summer fun after the last day of school ended on Tuesday, playing together on the playground.

Cassville fifth-grade students create a memento of their school during a T-shirt autographing party. Pictured, from left, are: Kelsy Mackey, Monique Lopez, Kya Safford, Hope Williams and Jade Pruitt. Contributed photo
Cassville Intermediate School Principal Eric White, along with faculty and staff, wave goodbye to students as they leave on buses for the last time on the last day of school. Contributed photo
After her students left on the last day of school, Cassville third-grade teacher Misty Truman took time to organize her classroom, including the technology equipment. Contributed photo
Cassville faculty and staff wave goodbye to students as they leave on buses on the last day of school. Contributed photo
Cassville fifth-grade teachers pose not just for a photo, but a memory, also, at the conclusion of the their last day of school, for the 2016-2017 school year. From left: Tonya Varner, Pricilla Craig, Tammy Wilson, Jennifer Hanson, Michelle Harvey and Jewel Farwell. Contributed photo
Respond to this story

Posting a comment requires free registration: