97. Daddy's little girl & 61,000 kids return to school in Volusia County

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New Smyrna Beach siblings attend Burns Sci-Tech in Oak Hill

Ray Catheline with daughter Olivia of NSB on 1st day of school / Headline Surfer®Misty Burris Catheline of NSB with daughter Olivia 1st day of school / Headline Surfer®Photos for Headline Surfer®
New Smyrna Beach residents Ray Catheline, and his wife, Misty Burris Catheline, take turns posing with the youngest of their two children, Olivia, on the first day of school. Below, Olivia, who entered kindergarten, struck a pose with her brother, Nicholas, entering the second grade. Both attend the Buns Sci-Tech Charter School in Oak Hill.
 

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla. -- Daddy's little girl returned to school in August along with about 61,000 other Volusia County students.

It was the day of school for Ray Catheline's little princess, Olivia, who entered kindergarten at the Buns Sci-Tech Charter School in Oak Hill. Big brother, Nicholas entered second grade.

Misty Burris Catheline took one final snapshot of the kids at home in New Smyrna Beach before the drive to Oak Hill and a couple more photos with father and the children in their respective classes. "(We're) missing our babies, but we have a little downtime now," the proud mom lamented. of the Aug. 7 return to school.

Misty Burris Catheline took one final snapshot of the kids at home in New Smyrna Beach before the drive to Oak Hill and a couple more photos with father and the children in their respective classes. 

"(We're) missing our babies, but we have a little downtime now," the proud mom lamented. of the Aug. 7 return to school.

The Catheline children of New Smyrna Beach on the first day of school / Headline Surfer®The Cathelines come in at No. 97 in the Headline Surfer® countdown of the top 100 local stories of 2014.

Enrollment prior to the first day was 54,844, but the number increased daily, to 61,482 students for the school year, Volusia County school district spokeswoman Nancy Wait said.

And so the school year began for thousands of families throughout Central Florida in Volusia, Osceola, Orange, Lake, Flagler, Brevard and Marion counties.

Seminole County Schools started Aug.  8, and Sumter County Schools the day before that.

The last day of school for students is June 6, a Friday. For teachers, it's June 10, a Tuesday.

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