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If the first day of school last year was a hurricane, then the first day of school this past Wednesday was a gentle ocean breeze.
Buses ran pretty close to schedule.
Traffic at several local schools was much less of a headache.
And there were no parents threatening to boycott the school system - all noticeable improvements from last year.
Superintendent James Neihof said he was pleased with the start of the school year and hoped it sets the tone for the rest of the year.
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