Granbury enrollment was down, but Lipan and Tolar’s were up on the first day of school Monday.
Granbury enrollment – 6,395 – was 25 fewer students than the first day last year.
Lipan’s enrollment – 316 – was up 16, and Tolar’s was up 10 at 597.
“So far, so good,” Granbury School Superintendent James Largent said on opening day. “I got a good report from the transportation department this morning that all our routes went well. And, I have been on six campuses already today (with five more to go), and I am hearing that everyone is having a very smooth first day of school.”
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