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September 05, 2012 -
The once quiet and empty hallways through Clarkston Community Schools were filled with noisy students getting reacquainted, and lockers opening and closing once again last week.
Students and families headed to Pine Knob Elementary last Wednesday to meet their teachers and put school supplies in desks of their new classrooms.
Students also reconnected with friends they hadn't seen over the summer and visit teachers they had previously.
School began on Tuesday. Welcome back! Good luck on the 2012-2013 school year. Remember to tell The Clarkston News what you are up to during the year.
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