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September 7, 2016 Mayor Murray visits Arbor Heights for the first day of school
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ARTICLE DESCRIPTION:

Mayor Ed Murray came to the brand new Arbor Heights K-5 STEM school, a $40 million project (one of five new schools in the district), to welcome students to the new campus.

The school held its ribbon cutting on Sept. 6.
For more photos and the full story see the Herald's coverage here.

He was joined on the playground by Principal Christy Collins and 3rd grade student Julian who rang the school bell to officially mark the beginning of the school year.

Mayor Murray expressed his pride in the fact that for the first time Pre-K education would be offered on the campus.

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Hundreds of students and parents were on hand for the event.

Joining the Mayor were:
Stephen Nielsen, Deputy Superintendent, Seattle Public Schools
Cashel Toner, Director of Early Learning, Seattle Public Schools
Dwane Chappelle, Director of Education and Early Learning, City of Seattle
Leslie Harris, Seattle School Board Director

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