REDDING, Calif. - Shasta Union Elementary School opened its doors to students Monday for the first time since the Carr Fire.
For the last 7 months, students and teachers have been studying at the Igo-Ono Elementary School.
However, Monday morning everyone was able to reconnect on the Shasta Union Elementary campus to share some breakfast and reconnect with friends.
Teachers say despite not being able to play on the new play structure, it's great to be back on their home campus.
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