BUNKER HILL, Ind. —
Fulton said usually she lets parents of twins decide for themselves if they want their children in the same class. This year, only one of the eight sets of parents considered separating their kids.
In the end, the principal kept them all together, though.
"We thought for management purposes, it would be easier to have one set in each of the eight classrooms," she said.
In a nearby classroom, twin brothers Aaron and Greg Warnock sat in beanbag chairs and looked through magazines.
Both said they were nervous about their first day of school. They couldn't even imagine what it would be like if they didn’t have each other there with them.
"That would be even scarier," Greg said.
Lindsey Ziliak is a reporter for the Kokomo Tribune in Kokomo, Ind.