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200 EHS students see how Daybreak looks

Dr. Barbara Qualls

As we settle into the routine that defines school life, I would like to share some observations about the first week, especially the unusual experience that around 200 EHS students had last Friday. As you may know, the community of Ennis was the featured guest on WFAA’s Daybreak early morning news show.

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