Rose Elementary School’s main office buzzed with activity as staff members rallied to host a field day of epic proportions to mark not only the end of the school year but also more than a century of history. Students hustled in to have their school T-shirts signed by staff members Tuesday before heading outside to enjoy the last-day festivities. Large, colorful bouncy houses and obstacle courses littered the field. Giggles and excited screams ripped through the air. Students lined up to try their hands at a dunk tank to soak instructional aide Julia Henry. Others snacked on snow cones. The …
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