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INDIAN LAND – There were sticky notes on the lockers that told each student which one was theirs.
Even though some had trouble mastering their combinations, they were glad that the lockers were considerably larger than the ones they had been using at their former school.
Tuesday was the first day of class for Indian Land Middle School students in the recently renovated building that used to serve as the high school.
Aside from having new lockers, the sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders appeared happy to have a building to call their own.
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