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Groton squeals for One Direction

By Sean D. Elliot

Publication: The Day

Published August 31. 2013 4:00AM
Sean D. Elliot/The Day
Sixth-grader Sokrathy Thach, 11, center, and fellow classmates show their enthusiasm for the English-Irish pop boy-band One Direction Friday as students at West Side Middle School in Groton dance to music played by DJ Cee, foreground, at the school's Back-to-School Bash. Students were released early from classes and treated to popsicles and tours of firetrucks, police cars and public works vehicles.

Groton - Sixth-grader Sokrathy Thach, 11, center, and fellow classmates show their enthusiasm for the English-Irish pop boy-band One Direction Friday as students at West Side Middle School in Groton dance to music played by DJ Cee, foreground, at the school's Back-to-School Bash.

Students were released early from classes and treated to popsicles and tours of firetrucks, police cars and public works vehicles.

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