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Students go back to school at Sweetwater Elementary in Douglas County
by Samantha Shal
sshal@neighbornewspapers.com
August 13, 2013 05:01 PM | 2107 views | 0 0 comments | 49 49 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Science teacher Mike Sherman demonstrates the safety goggles and apron students will wear when working on experiments in the science lab at Sweetwater Elementary School.
Science teacher Mike Sherman demonstrates the safety goggles and apron students will wear when working on experiments in the science lab at Sweetwater Elementary School.
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Fifth-grader Regina Veliz, 10, daughter of Raquel Alday and Ruben Veliz of Lithia Springs, uses an ActivExpressions device to answer a question on the classroom smart board in social studies class.
Fifth-grader Regina Veliz, 10, daughter of Raquel Alday and Ruben Veliz of Lithia Springs, uses an ActivExpressions device to answer a question on the classroom smart board in social studies class.
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Kindergartener Julian Kien, 5, son of Christie Kincaid of Lithia Springs, plays with building blocks on the second day of school at Sweetwater Elementary.
Kindergartener Julian Kien, 5, son of Christie Kincaid of Lithia Springs, plays with building blocks on the second day of school at Sweetwater Elementary.
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Kindergartener Bradley Williamson, 5, daughter of Sylvia Williamson of Lithis Springs, plays with building blocks at Sweetwater Elementary.
Kindergartener Bradley Williamson, 5, daughter of Sylvia Williamson of Lithis Springs, plays with building blocks at Sweetwater Elementary.
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Douglas County Schools began its 2013-14 academic year at its 34 schools, including Sweetwater Elementary School in Lithia Springs, last week. The system was expecting more than 25,000 students this year.
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