Many happy returns in Wauconda District 118

  • Jaylah Glover, 6, of Wauconda has her whole life figured out as she holds a sign stating she wants to be a doctor as she waits for the first day of school to begin Wednesday at Wauconda Grade School

      Jaylah Glover, 6, of Wauconda has her whole life figured out as she holds a sign stating she wants to be a doctor as she waits for the first day of school to begin Wednesday at Wauconda Grade School Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • First grader Emmeline Boisvert, 6, starts off the new school year with a laugh and a smile as she and her classmates get ready to enter their classroom Wednesday at Wauconda Grade School.

      First grader Emmeline Boisvert, 6, starts off the new school year with a laugh and a smile as she and her classmates get ready to enter their classroom Wednesday at Wauconda Grade School. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • First grader Charlie Mitchell, 6, of Wauconda is led into Wauconda Grade School by her mom, Tania, on the first day of classes Wednesday.

      First grader Charlie Mitchell, 6, of Wauconda is led into Wauconda Grade School by her mom, Tania, on the first day of classes Wednesday. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • The first day of school begins Wednesday at Wauconda Grade School with a mass of kids being greeted by their teachers.

      The first day of school begins Wednesday at Wauconda Grade School with a mass of kids being greeted by their teachers. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Wauconda police Sgt. John Thibault takes a picture of Nate Bobinski, 8, along with Jeremy Stasek, Marissa Bobinski, and Audrianna Stasek on the first day of school Wednesday at Wauconda Grade School.

      Wauconda police Sgt. John Thibault takes a picture of Nate Bobinski, 8, along with Jeremy Stasek, Marissa Bobinski, and Audrianna Stasek on the first day of school Wednesday at Wauconda Grade School. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 8/14/2019 1:43 PM

It was so long summer, hello school Wednesday for students in Wauconda Unit District 118.

The district's students returned to classes, greeted by teachers, administrators and other leaders as they together launched the 2019-20 school year.

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District 118 educates about 4,700 students from all or parts of Wauconda, Volo, Lakemoor, Port Barrington and Island Lake, at three grade schools, two middle schools and Wauconda High School.

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