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AT, D-88 administrators take first-day bus ride with students

Published: Friday, Aug. 22, 2014 5:31 p.m. CDT
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Addison Trail High School Principal Adam Cibulka talks with students Wednesday during his annual ride on a school bus to kick off the new school year.
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Addison Trail High School Principal Adam Cibulka talks with a bus driver prior to riding a school bus after Addison Trail's first day back to school Wednesday.
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Addison Trail High School Principal Adam Cibulka rides with junior Samantha Carrillo on a school bus after Addison Trail's first day of school Wednesday.
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DuPage High School District 88 Superintendent Scott Helton takes a selfie with Addison Trail High School senior Diego Murillo as they ride a school bus together to begin the new school year Wednesday.

ADDISON – Some Addison Trail High School students had special guests on their bus ride home Wednesday from their first day of school: Addison Trail Principal Adam Cibulka and DuPage High School District 88 Superintendent Scott Helton.

The bus ride to kick off the school year is a tradition in the district.

For information on the upcoming school year at Addison Trail, visit dupage88.net/site/sub/2.

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