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Students return to classes as new school year begins for Madison City Schools

Madison City Schools welcomed back students for the 2023-2024 school year. Buses rolled, drivers jockeyed for parking spaces and car lines crawled through dropoff zones, depositing students for a new year of learning.

The day also saw a new school in Madison welcome students for the first time. Journey Middle School opened its doors as the third middle school in the city.

There were a few of the typical glitches with things like class schedules and lunch accounts but otherwise a good day.

Click here to check out first day photos from Madison City Schools. If you have any special first day of school photos you would like for us to share in the August 9 issue of The Madison Record, send them to john@themadisonrecord.com.

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