The lazy, hazy days of summer are winding down.
No, fall isn’t in the air yet, but the sound of school bells are about to be.
On Friday, rising sixth-graders and ninth-graders in Lancaster County will return to their respective schools for a half-day of orientation. About 11,400 county students will be up bright and early Monday to start a new school year.
That means a big change for parents who must be more regimented to get them out the door in the mornings and more structured in the evenings.