Principal Kathleen Carter speaks at the "Boo-Hoo" breakfast.
Christian County public schools are back in session and many parents and little ones were nervous about making the trip for the first time.
Samantha Peterson was one of several parents to attend a “Boo-Hoo” breakfast at Sinking Fork Elementary School, meant to take some of the sting out of leaving a little one at the building for the first time.
Ms. Peterson says the school system does a good job of making students and parents feel at ease on the first day—a time that can be very stressful.
Sinking Fork Principal Kathleen Carter reassured the parents its a great place to learn—relaying her personal experience of her own son—who attended the facility and is now a freshman at Murray State University.
It was also the first day in session at University Heights Academy.