OSHKOSH - For some Oshkosh students a new school year starting next week means a new school.
Oaklawn Elementary students unloaded supplies inside their new classrooms Wednesday afternoon.
Comments were heard that this building is an improvement over the old one.
The original Oaklawn -- on the same site -- was 60 years old and described as very cramped.
Last year, Oshkosh districts voters approved spending $13 million to build a new school.
"It's just wonderful. You can't thank the community enough for believing in the school district to make the best decisions for students, for families, for the community," said principal Scott Johanknect.
Teachers and students say they're excited for the new school's technology and amenities.
The first day of classes will be Tuesday.
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