Deisny Pillot, 16, and Khaya Gibson, 18, both seniors at Pleasantville High School, said they were excited for the first day of the school year Wednesday.
From left: Detty Exantus, 16, a junior, and sophomores Jazmin Pino, 15, Diana Sanchez, 15, and Esmeralda Haro, 15, sat on a bench Wednesday morning outside Pleasantville High School waiting for the first day of school to start.
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