Third-grade teacher Chelsea Toews asks for a show of hands at Liberty Elementary School in Clovis Unified on the first day of class in 2014. Such scenes are about to be renewed in schools throughout Fresno County.
Third-grade teacher Chelsea Toews asks for a show of hands at Liberty Elementary School in Clovis Unified on the first day of class in 2014. Such scenes are about to be renewed in schools throughout Fresno County. Mark Crosse Fresno Bee file
Third-grade teacher Chelsea Toews asks for a show of hands at Liberty Elementary School in Clovis Unified on the first day of class in 2014. Such scenes are about to be renewed in schools throughout Fresno County. Mark Crosse Fresno Bee file

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