Whole new world for Smithton preschoolers


Seven youngsters began first full day of school Monday

Preschooler Carrie Campbell takes a sip of her strawberry milk on her first day of school. Campbell is one of seven preschoolers at Smithton R-VI Schools. This year the students will attend preschool all day. In previous years, Smithton had both a morning and afternoon preschool class. Teacher Lana Strange said it is a smaller group, but she was looking forward to spending the year with her seven students.


Zane Kenyon waits patiently to take his place in line after eating his first lunch as a preschooler at Smithton. Kenyon brought his lunch on the first day in his new Captain America lunch box. After lunch, the students returned to their classroom before heading to recess.


Zane Starke enjoys his strawberry milk with his school lunch. On the first day of school, Smithton Elementary students were served chicken soft tacos, fresh vegetables and peaches.


Lana Strange smiles after tying the shoes of one of her students, Raylend Asbury. It was the first day of preschool for the students at Smithton. Strange, who is in her 10th year of teaching, said her class this year was full of very polite students. Dylan Holloway and Emily Bax are also students in the class.


W. J. Campbell gets ready to slide down the slide on the playground on his first day of school. Campbell and his six classmates spent some time after lunch on the playground enjoying their recess in the cool mid-morning temperatures.


Seven youngsters began first full day of school Monday

Preschooler Carrie Campbell takes a sip of her strawberry milk on her first day of school. Campbell is one of seven preschoolers at Smithton R-VI Schools. This year the students will attend preschool all day. In previous years, Smithton had both a morning and afternoon preschool class. Teacher Lana Strange said it is a smaller group, but she was looking forward to spending the year with her seven students.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_tsd082515first-day1.jpgPreschooler Carrie Campbell takes a sip of her strawberry milk on her first day of school. Campbell is one of seven preschoolers at Smithton R-VI Schools. This year the students will attend preschool all day. In previous years, Smithton had both a morning and afternoon preschool class. Teacher Lana Strange said it is a smaller group, but she was looking forward to spending the year with her seven students.

Zane Kenyon waits patiently to take his place in line after eating his first lunch as a preschooler at Smithton. Kenyon brought his lunch on the first day in his new Captain America lunch box. After lunch, the students returned to their classroom before heading to recess.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_tsd082515firstday2.jpgZane Kenyon waits patiently to take his place in line after eating his first lunch as a preschooler at Smithton. Kenyon brought his lunch on the first day in his new Captain America lunch box. After lunch, the students returned to their classroom before heading to recess.

Zane Starke enjoys his strawberry milk with his school lunch. On the first day of school, Smithton Elementary students were served chicken soft tacos, fresh vegetables and peaches.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_tsd082515firstday3.jpgZane Starke enjoys his strawberry milk with his school lunch. On the first day of school, Smithton Elementary students were served chicken soft tacos, fresh vegetables and peaches.

Lana Strange smiles after tying the shoes of one of her students, Raylend Asbury. It was the first day of preschool for the students at Smithton. Strange, who is in her 10th year of teaching, said her class this year was full of very polite students. Dylan Holloway and Emily Bax are also students in the class.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_tsd082515firstday4.jpgLana Strange smiles after tying the shoes of one of her students, Raylend Asbury. It was the first day of preschool for the students at Smithton. Strange, who is in her 10th year of teaching, said her class this year was full of very polite students. Dylan Holloway and Emily Bax are also students in the class.

W. J. Campbell gets ready to slide down the slide on the playground on his first day of school. Campbell and his six classmates spent some time after lunch on the playground enjoying their recess in the cool mid-morning temperatures.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_tsd082515firstday5.jpgW. J. Campbell gets ready to slide down the slide on the playground on his first day of school. Campbell and his six classmates spent some time after lunch on the playground enjoying their recess in the cool mid-morning temperatures.

Preschooler Carrie Campbell takes a sip of her strawberry milk on her first day of school. Campbell is one of seven preschoolers at Smithton R-VI Schools. This year the students will attend preschool all day. In previous years, Smithton had both a morning and afternoon preschool class. Teacher Lana Strange said it is a smaller group, but she was looking forward to spending the year with her seven students.

Zane Kenyon waits patiently to take his place in line after eating his first lunch as a preschooler at Smithton. Kenyon brought his lunch on the first day in his new Captain America lunch box. After lunch, the students returned to their classroom before heading to recess.

Zane Starke enjoys his strawberry milk with his school lunch. On the first day of school, Smithton Elementary students were served chicken soft tacos, fresh vegetables and peaches.

Lana Strange smiles after tying the shoes of one of her students, Raylend Asbury. It was the first day of preschool for the students at Smithton. Strange, who is in her 10th year of teaching, said her class this year was full of very polite students. Dylan Holloway and Emily Bax are also students in the class.

W. J. Campbell gets ready to slide down the slide on the playground on his first day of school. Campbell and his six classmates spent some time after lunch on the playground enjoying their recess in the cool mid-morning temperatures.

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