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Photos: Quaker Valley students head back to class

| Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, 5:36 p.m.
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Students file into Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne Monday Aug. 25, 2014, for the first day of school.
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Students climb the stairs at Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne Monday Aug. 25, 2014, for the first day of school.
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Students cross Beaver Street on their way to Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, for the first day of school.
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Students and parents make their way to Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne Monday Aug. 25, 2014, for the first day of school.
James Knox | Trib Total Media
Students file off the buses into Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne Monday Aug. 25, 2014, for the first day of school.
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Finley Stich, 4 (left) and her brother Parker, 7 race to the front door as students file into Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne Monday Aug. 25, 2014, for the first day of school.
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Students and parents make their way down Beaver Street to Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne Monday Aug. 25, 2014, for the first day of school.
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Principal Barbara Mellett greets students as they file into Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne Monday Aug. 25, 2014, for the first day of school.
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Joyce Bobincheck of Leet helps her son Ivan, 8 with his backpack as students file into Osborne Elementary School in Glen Osborne Monday Aug. 25, 2014, for the first day of school.

Most Quaker Valley students headed back to the classroom Monday.

At the high school, 10-12 grade returned Tuesday.

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