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Mount Abe students return to school; work in progress

CONSTRUCTION CONTINUED AT Mount Abraham Union High School as students returned to school this week. One of the projects underway is a complete renovation of the lobby entrance, which includes an extension of the second-floor balcony and the creation of a two-part entry vestibule that requires visitors to be buzzed in twice by the front office. Independent photo/Andy Kirkaldy

The first day of school looked a bit different for Mount Abraham Union High School students this year, as pupils started their classes on Wednesday amidst major renovations within the Bristol building.

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