Lebanon Reporter

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August 11, 2012

Ruffing it at Perry-Worth

Lebanon — A new student is turning heads this year at Perry-Worth Elementary School.

Spartacus, a 1-year-old Lagotto Romagnolo dog, will be at the school every day this school year, bringing new and unique benefits to both students and staff.

Students and parents were able to meet Spartacus for the first time at Perry-Worth’s ice cream social Friday evening. He drew a lot of attention but still obeyed when Principal Amber Targgart told him to sit or lie down.

For the rest of this story, see the Aug. 11 issue of The Lebanon Reporter.

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