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Students at All Saints Catholic School returned to classes Monday, coming together on a rainy morning at Holy Rosary Parish, 4400 22nd Ave.

It’s the first time since the school’s formation in 2011 that all classes have been consolidated at one campus.

Students kicked off the day with an opening ceremony, which included a blessing of the student body. The school also launched a new video on social media promoting the theme for the school year, “The World Needs More Saints.”

The first all-school Mass begins at 8 a.m. today, with students’ families and parishioners invited to take part.

Prior to Monday, All Saints operated on two campuses, with the other campus at St. Mary Parish at 7307 40th Ave.

All Saints is the largest K-8 program in the Milwaukee archdiocese, serving nearly 450 students.

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