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Caldwell residents remember childhood at The College of Idaho’s ‘lab school’

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Posted: Monday, April 1, 2013 12:05 am | Updated: 12:44 am, Mon Apr 1, 2013.

Whether you just started school or it’s been decades since you sat in a classroom, chances are you have at least some memories of your first school experiences.

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  • diderickd posted at 9:28 pm on Thu, Apr 11, 2013.

    diderickd Posts: 1

    I remember there was 3 to 5 of the children who commuted from Notus.
    I was in the middle of the bottom row (Dana Williams) and Harriet Dean
    was above me.

     
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