It's that time of year again, back to school!
But for one school, it's the first time ever.
Jody Richards Elementary opened its doors to students for the first time this morning.
And while some students were excited for one thing...
"I'm really excited to learn," kindergartner Brody Enslow told us.
Brody is starting school for the first time and is in class with his twin brother Landon.
Others were excited for multiple reasons.
"Friends, fun, games. A lot of answers!", says 4th grader, Abby Green.
Either way, kids, parents and faculty were all excited to see their new school.
"We have a beautiful new campus. Everybody's new today and they are all excited about what's going to happen. We're going to start new traditions as the Jody Richards Rockets and teachers are ready for them to come into the building and start to learn," Principal Stephanie Martin says.
"To see that your kids... their eyes sparkle and the excitement. And see them say, 'Oh I can't wait to get out in that new playground out there,'" says custodian Robbie Alfred about the excitement of the first day.
And for some being in a new school is bittersweet.
"Your kind of nervous at first, but then you get used to it and it's really fun," says 5th grader, Caroline Easley.
The first day of school at Jody Richards Elementary seemed to be filled with excited students.
Around 450 students attended Jody Richards Elementary.
That number is more than the Warren County School District projected.
Warren County Schools also had the biggest growth in enrollment from last year to this year in the district's history.
416 new students enrolled in Warren County Schools today.