Clockwise from left, fifth-graders Alexa Haglund, Sarah Olivarri and Hannah Thompson watch as Payton Miller and Ahnasia Williams play a clapping game while waiting for school to let out at Bridges Preparatory School in Beaufort. Bridges Prep lost its head of school less than a month after it opened in August.
Clockwise from left, fifth-graders Alexa Haglund, Sarah Olivarri and Hannah Thompson watch as Payton Miller and Ahnasia Williams play a clapping game while waiting for school to let out at Bridges Preparatory School in Beaufort. Bridges Prep lost its head of school less than a month after it opened in August. Staff photo
Clockwise from left, fifth-graders Alexa Haglund, Sarah Olivarri and Hannah Thompson watch as Payton Miller and Ahnasia Williams play a clapping game while waiting for school to let out at Bridges Preparatory School in Beaufort. Bridges Prep lost its head of school less than a month after it opened in August. Staff photo

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