JCPS opens new school year

Jonathan Chase, left, waits his turn to board the bus behind fellow riders on their way to Cedar Hill Elementary School. Thursday was the first day of classes for students in the Jefferson City Public Schools, which followed a full-day schedule.

Jonathan Chase, left, waits his turn to board the bus behind fellow riders on their way to Cedar Hill Elementary School. Thursday was the first day of classes for students in the Jefferson City Public Schools, which followed a full-day schedule. Photo by Julie Smith.

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Shelby Mell waves goodbye to her parents as the bus driver pulls away from the stop. She attends Cedar Hill Elementary School and waited with her brother and several other riders to be taken to school on the first day.

Let the classes resume. The Jefferson City Public Schools’ first day of school mostly was uneventful, spokesman David Luther said Thursday.

Jefferson City High School students had an issue with their ID cards that led to a last-minute e-mail message Wednesday, asking students to bring last year’s ID with them.

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