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  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>The main entrance of the new Anne T. Dunphy School building in Williamsburg leads directly into the cafeteria commons. Here parents of kindergartners gather for coffee and pastries after dropping their children off on the first day of classes Tuesday.

    KEVIN GUTTING
    The main entrance of the new Anne T. Dunphy School building in Williamsburg leads directly into the cafeteria commons. Here parents of kindergartners gather for coffee and pastries after dropping their children off on the first day of classes Tuesday. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Tuesday was the first day of classes in Willliamsburg and opening day at the new Anne T. Dunphy School building.

    KEVIN GUTTING
    Tuesday was the first day of classes in Willliamsburg and opening day at the new Anne T. Dunphy School building. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Anne T. Dunphy fifth grader McKensie Ovitt, left, gives two thumbs up, exclaiming, "It fits!", after putting her backpack into her locker for the first time Tuesday in Williamsburg's new school building. Joining her are fellow fifth graders Katie Shallcross, center, and Kala Garrido.

    KEVIN GUTTING
    Anne T. Dunphy fifth grader McKensie Ovitt, left, gives two thumbs up, exclaiming, "It fits!", after putting her backpack into her locker for the first time Tuesday in Williamsburg's new school building. Joining her are fellow fifth graders Katie Shallcross, center, and Kala Garrido. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Anne T. Dunphy second grade teacher Johanna Korpita greets her class on the first day of school in the new building in Williamsburg on Tuesday. Korpita noted that two of her current students are children of students she taught a generation ago.

    KEVIN GUTTING
    Anne T. Dunphy second grade teacher Johanna Korpita greets her class on the first day of school in the new building in Williamsburg on Tuesday. Korpita noted that two of her current students are children of students she taught a generation ago. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Anne T. Dunphy School Principal Stacey Jenkins, right, talks with parents of kindergartners in the cafeteria commons on Tuesday, the first day of school in Williamsburg. Sound-softening acoustic panels double as design elements in the "tree and leaf" theme of the new building.

    KEVIN GUTTING
    Anne T. Dunphy School Principal Stacey Jenkins, right, talks with parents of kindergartners in the cafeteria commons on Tuesday, the first day of school in Williamsburg. Sound-softening acoustic panels double as design elements in the "tree and leaf" theme of the new building. Purchase photo reprints »

  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>The main entrance of the new Anne T. Dunphy School building in Williamsburg leads directly into the cafeteria commons. Here parents of kindergartners gather for coffee and pastries after dropping their children off on the first day of classes Tuesday.
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Tuesday was the first day of classes in Willliamsburg and opening day at the new Anne T. Dunphy School building.
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Anne T. Dunphy fifth grader McKensie Ovitt, left, gives two thumbs up, exclaiming, "It fits!", after putting her backpack into her locker for the first time Tuesday in Williamsburg's new school building. Joining her are fellow fifth graders Katie Shallcross, center, and Kala Garrido.
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Anne T. Dunphy second grade teacher Johanna Korpita greets her class on the first day of school in the new building in Williamsburg on Tuesday. Korpita noted that two of her current students are children of students she taught a generation ago.
  • KEVIN GUTTING<br/>Anne T. Dunphy School Principal Stacey Jenkins, right, talks with parents of kindergartners in the cafeteria commons on Tuesday, the first day of school in Williamsburg. Sound-softening acoustic panels double as design elements in the "tree and leaf" theme of the new building.

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