Students and teachers at Grazettes Primary today returned to their familiar classrooms after being relocated to nearby Seventh Day Adventist churches in October last year.
The school was closed because of an environmental problem that education officials said resulted from improper fogging.
Principal Etwyn Bowen said her charges and staff were happy to be back home and they were settling in well.
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