According to David Crissey, vice principal at West Navarre Intermediate School, the first day was smooth sailing for the more than 750 students who walked in the school’s front doors at the start of the day.
Crissey said the school had nearly 800 enrolled as of last week, but counted roughly 763 students as of Monday.
“We are right on target,” he said. “We never expect exact numbers on that first day, but I feel like we’re right where we need to be.”
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