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Second-graders in Faith Hesselink's class at Paperjack Elementary spent much of Monday morning at the Camp Nine School on the grounds of the New Richmond Heritage Center.

Students step back in time

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Students in Faith Hesselink's class stepped back in time as they entered the Camp Nine School at the New Richmond Heritage Center on June 6.

The second-graders spent much of Monday morning learning about how different school was in the early 1900s.

The Camp Nine School, built in 1902 near Glenwood City, is a single classroom school that housed students in grades one through eight, said Rachel Starbuck, of the New Richmond Heritage Center.

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Jackie Grumish
Jackie Grumish has been a reporter with the New Richmond News since 2008. She holds degrees in journalism and fine art from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Ill. Before coming to New Richmond, Jackie worked as the city government reporter at a daily newspaper in Aberdeen, S.D. 
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