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Catholic school students back in school

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SAGINAW TOWNSHIP, MI (WNEM) -

“It's not the end, it's a new beginning,” said sixth-grader Joseph Tunney.

While most kids still have a week of freedom, many area Catholic schools were back in session starting Monday.

“It's sad, but I like being back at school with my friends,” said D’Angelo Olver, a sixth-grader.

Nouvel Catholic Central Elementary in Saginaw Township students were mourning summer, but ready for another year.

“I get to see my friends again and my teachers,” said Sara Wilson, a sixth-grader.

Some students were even looking forward to crunching numbers

“Math because I'm already smart and I know what 6 times 12 is,” said first-grader Matthew Kesowski.

Some of the students said they're excited for the academic milestones this year brings.

“First year of middle school, or junior high, going to be all cool. Also, we have the lockers with combinations which are pretty cool,” Tunney said.

Sixth-grader Sophie Lubbe said, “Get the combinations on our lockers so if my locker is a mess and my parents want to know, I'll say, you don't know the combination!”

So overall, it seems like the students were up for another great year.

But there was one thing most agreed they could do without.

“Knowing you're going to have a lot of homework again,” Lubbe said.

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