Our Hamilton County schools have happily begun a new academic year with 42,009 students enrolled — up from the 41,584 young people who were enrolled at the same time last year.
There are now 271 more youngsters enrolled in elementary schools and 251 more in middle schools, but 97 fewer in high schools.
What this means is that there will be 42,009 fresh opportunities for excellence and triumph as students pursue intellectual and personal growth under the guidance of dedicated teachers and principals.
Excitement, enthusiasm, enjoyment, major effort and hard work are ahead, for both students and teachers — with much accomplishment assured.
We encourage all of our local students and their devoted adult leaders as they work together for success in the lives of tens of thousands of young people.
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