6-year old Milen Mikov, left, was guided to his first grade classroom by his brother, 9-year-old 4th grader Kali Mikov, right, on the first day of school for Fayette County students at Wellington Elementary on Keithshire Drive, in Lexington, Ky., Thursday, August 11, 2011. Wellington is a brand new school with many new environmentally friendly features. Between 525-550 students were expected on the first day. Charles Bertram | Staff
6-year old Milen Mikov, left, was guided to his first grade classroom by his brother, 9-year-old 4th grader Kali Mikov, right, on the first day of school for Fayette County students at Wellington Elementary on Keithshire Drive, in Lexington, Ky., Thursday, August 11, 2011. Wellington is a brand new school with many new environmentally friendly features. Between 525-550 students were expected on the first day. Charles Bertram | Staff
6-year old Milen Mikov, left, was guided to his first grade classroom by his brother, 9-year-old 4th grader Kali Mikov, right, on the first day of school for Fayette County students at Wellington Elementary on Keithshire Drive, in Lexington, Ky., Thursday, August 11, 2011. Wellington is a brand new school with many new environmentally friendly features. Between 525-550 students were expected on the first day. Charles Bertram | Staff

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