In this Aug. 8 photo, first grade and kindergarten Spanish language immersion teacher Marelis "Lisi" Miller, right, greets students and parents the day before school at Summit Elementary School, in Bloomington, Ind. For a brand-new teacher, the first day of class is just about as exciting and nerve-wracking as it was when they were kindergartners.
In this Aug. 8 photo, first grade and kindergarten Spanish language immersion teacher Marelis "Lisi" Miller, right, greets students and parents the day before school at Summit Elementary School, in Bloomington, Ind. For a brand-new teacher, the first day of class is just about as exciting and nerve-wracking as it was when they were kindergartners. Kelly Wilkinson AP
In this Aug. 8 photo, first grade and kindergarten Spanish language immersion teacher Marelis "Lisi" Miller, right, greets students and parents the day before school at Summit Elementary School, in Bloomington, Ind. For a brand-new teacher, the first day of class is just about as exciting and nerve-wracking as it was when they were kindergartners. Kelly Wilkinson AP

Kindergarteners and their teachers have first-day jitters

August 14, 2017 06:00 AM

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