Tucson Country Day School's red carpet treatment

Teachers and even the new principal, Deborah Anders, right, greet students as a red carpet is literally rolled out to welcome them as they return for the new academic year at the Tucson Country Day School. It originally opened as a private school in 1968 with students in pre-school through the sixth grade. Now, Tucson Country Day School is a tuition-free public charter school with students from kindergarten through the eighth grade.

August 07, 2014 12:21 pm  • 
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