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Students at Buckeye Valley East Elementary got the chance to step outside Thursday for a special tree dedication. Each grade level (pre-K through fourth) received a quote-inscribed plaque to place before a tree planted in front of the new elementary building. Proudly pointing to their tree are fourth-graders (left to right) Bridget Bolton, Jonah Meier, Chole Alexander, Sawyer Clark and Kayleigh Agin.

Students at Buckeye Valley East Elementary got the chance to step outside Thursday for a special tree dedication. Each grade level (pre-K through fourth) received a quote-inscribed plaque to place before a tree planted in front of the new elementary building. Proudly pointing to their tree are fourth-graders (left to right) Bridget Bolton, Jonah Meier, Chole Alexander, Sawyer Clark and Kayleigh Agin.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Students at Buckeye Valley East Elementary got the chance to step outside Thursday for a special tree dedication. Each grade level (pre-K through fourth) received a quote-inscribed plaque to place before a tree planted in front of the new elementary building. Proudly pointing to their tree are fourth-graders (left to right) Bridget Bolton, Jonah Meier, Chole Alexander, Sawyer Clark and Kayleigh Agin.

Students at Buckeye Valley East Elementary got the chance to step outside Thursday for a special tree dedication. Each grade level (pre-K through fourth) received a quote-inscribed plaque to place before a tree planted in front of the new elementary building. Proudly pointing to their tree are fourth-graders (left to right) Bridget Bolton, Jonah Meier, Chole Alexander, Sawyer Clark and Kayleigh Agin.
https://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2019/03/web1_DSC_7461-copy.jpgStudents at Buckeye Valley East Elementary got the chance to step outside Thursday for a special tree dedication. Each grade level (pre-K through fourth) received a quote-inscribed plaque to place before a tree planted in front of the new elementary building. Proudly pointing to their tree are fourth-graders (left to right) Bridget Bolton, Jonah Meier, Chole Alexander, Sawyer Clark and Kayleigh Agin. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette