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Hello summer vacation!

(l to r)  Abby Vincequere, Madeline Duke, Grace Creamer, Kelly MacCausland, Abbie Kamin, and Emily Beers during the Fourth Grade Celebration at Spring Street School June 16.

(l to r) Abby Vincequere, Madeline Duke, Grace Creamer, Kelly MacCausland, Abbie Kamin, and Emily Beers during the Fourth Grade Celebration at Spring Street School in Shrewsbury June 16.
Photo/Mary Pritchard

Region – Summer has finally and truly arrived for local students as they celebrate the end of the school year and the start of summer vacation.

Students at the Robert E. Melican Middle School in Northborough head to the buses with report cards in hand on the last day of school, June 23, as teachers and staff wish them well for the summer. Photo/Alexandra Molnar

Students at the Robert E. Melican Middle School in Northborough head to the buses with report cards in hand on the last day of school, June 23, as teachers and staff wish them well for the summer.
Photo/Alexandra Molnar

June 23 was the last day of school for students at the Robert E. Melican Middle School in Northborough.  Photo/ Zenya Molnar

June 23 was the last day of school for students at the Robert E. Melican Middle School in Northborough.
Photo/ Zenya Molnar

Floral Street School staff members Deb Richard and David Poe arrange the traditional signs with messages for students as they leave the Shrewsbury school on the last day. Each year, the last sign gives the students a reminder of how many days the summer vacation will last.  Photo/Mary Pritchard

Floral Street School staff members Deb Richard and David Poe arrange the traditional signs with messages for students as they leave the Shrewsbury school on the last day. Each year, the last sign gives the students a reminder of how many days the summer vacation will last.
Photo/Mary Pritchard

Shrewsbury - Spring Street School students and staff bid farewell to the fourth graders on the last day of school, June 19. The school's tradition is for fourth graders to line the circular driveway while the rest of the students and staff walk by and say goodbye to each fourth grade student.  Photo/Mary Pritchard

Shrewsbury's Spring Street School students and staff bid farewell to the fourth graders on the last day of school, June 19. The school's tradition is for fourth graders to line the circular driveway while the rest of the students and staff walk by and say goodbye to each fourth grade student.
Photo/Mary Pritchard

(l-r) Shrewsbury's Spring Street School secretary Judith Adair gathers with fourth grade students (l to r)  Emma De Pina, Ben Barter, Maeve Gale, Carrie Hess, Alina Shkurikhina and Patrick Hastings, as the students make the morning announcements over the PA system at school.  Photo/Mary Pritchard

(l-r) Shrewsbury's Spring Street School secretary Judith Adair gathers with fourth grade students (l to r) Emma De Pina, Ben Barter, Maeve Gale, Carrie Hess, Alina Shkurikhina and Patrick Hastings, as the students make the morning announcements over the PA system at school.
Photo/Mary Pritchard

Some of the students in Floral Street School's Extended School Care Program in Shrewsbury board the bus for a last day of school field trip June 19.

Some of the students in Floral Street School's Extended School Care Program in Shrewsbury board the bus for a last day of school field trip June 19.
Photo/Mary Pritchard

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