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Fifth-graders celebrate last day in elementary school

Elizabeth Fuchsen, 10, leads the Apollo Beach Elementary School fifth graders on their clap out on the last day of school on Friday, June 6, 2014 in celebration of moving on to middle school. Students from all grades lined the walkways, cheering and giving high-fives. The school then filled the cafeteria for the unveiling of the fifth grade legacy art project - a wall mural of a dolphin, the school’s mascot, leaping from the water.

DANIEL WALLACE | Times

Elizabeth Fuchsen, 10, leads the Apollo Beach Elementary School fifth graders on their clap out on the last day of school on Friday, June 6, 2014 in celebration of moving on to middle school. Students from all grades lined the walkways, cheering and giving high-fives. The school then filled the cafeteria for the unveiling of the fifth grade legacy art project - a wall mural of a dolphin, the school’s mascot, leaping from the water.

DANIEL WALLACE | Times

Ten-year-old Elizabeth Fuchsen leads classmates through the walkways of Apollo Beach Elementary School on the last day of school Friday. The event was a way for the fifth-graders to celebrate moving on to middle school. Other students lined the walkways, cheering and giving high fives. The students then filed into the cafeteria for the unveiling of the fifth grade's legacy art project — a mural of a dolphin, the school's mascot, leaping from the water.

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