Sixty-six thousand six hundred minutes

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Teachers lined the street Friday to wave goodbye to students on the last day of Cassville school. Horns were honking, children were screaming goodbye and waving and teachers smiled and waved as the 2018-2019 school year came to an end. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com

Teachers lined the street Friday to wave goodbye to students on the last day of Cassville school.

In rulers, in artwork, in recess, in Christmas parties, how do you measure a year? Tears were shed during the last day of school for Cassville students. Spending 1,110 hours with friends and teachers made way for summer fun until they are back together again. Courtney Beagle gave a warm goodbye hug to Aaron Lopez on Friday on the last day of school. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
Tears of goodbye were soon washed away as the excited students of Cassville school waved goodbye and got ready to make summer plans on Friday. The 2018-2019 school year lasted for 1,110 hours of learning and growth and 66,600 minutes of fun and friendships. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
In testing, in homework, in bus rides, in broken pencils, how do you measure a year? Cassville teachers and students waved goodbye after 66,600 minutes together in school. Michelle Alder, a first-grade teacher embraced one of her students, Ryken Ritchie, in a farewell hug for the 2018-2019 school year. Jordan Privett/jprivett@cassville-democrat.com
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