Moving in


Amber Masters, a kindergarten teacher at Delaware’s Schultz Elementary School, unpacks a box in her brand-new classroom Thursday. Crews were putting the finishing touches on the other wing of new classrooms at Schultz, but allowed some teachers to begin setting up classrooms in the completed wing. Schultz’ renovations are designed to allow the school to accommodate students from kindergarten through fifth grade. The first day of school in Delaware is Aug. 12.


Amber Masters, a kindergarten teacher at Delaware’s Schultz Elementary School, unpacks a box in her brand-new classroom Thursday. Crews were putting the finishing touches on the other wing of new classrooms at Schultz, but allowed some teachers to begin setting up classrooms in the completed wing. Schultz’ renovations are designed to allow the school to accommodate students from kindergarten through fifth grade. The first day of school in Delaware is Aug. 12.

Amber Masters, a kindergarten teacher at Delaware’s Schultz Elementary School, unpacks a box in her brand-new classroom Thursday. Crews were putting the finishing touches on the other wing of new classrooms at Schultz, but allowed some teachers to begin setting up classrooms in the completed wing. Schultz’ renovations are designed to allow the school to accommodate students from kindergarten through fifth grade. The first day of school in Delaware is Aug. 12.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_DSC_3291.jpgAmber Masters, a kindergarten teacher at Delaware’s Schultz Elementary School, unpacks a box in her brand-new classroom Thursday. Crews were putting the finishing touches on the other wing of new classrooms at Schultz, but allowed some teachers to begin setting up classrooms in the completed wing. Schultz’ renovations are designed to allow the school to accommodate students from kindergarten through fifth grade. The first day of school in Delaware is Aug. 12.
Delaware Gazette
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