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Immaculate Conception opens doors to principal, others

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Allison Palfy (second from right) looks at a 2013 yearbook with her 9-year-old son, Nathan, and first-grade teacher Gwendolyn Snead (left) at Immaculate Conception Catholic School. Palfy is the school's new principal.
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Immaculate Conception Catholic School held an open house Thursday. Allison Palfy toured the school and met with teachers, pupils and parents. Palfy will start as the new principal on July 1, leading into the school’s 101st year.

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Nine-year-old Nathan Palfy, a rising fourth-grade student, talks to fourth-grade teacher Lynsey-Paige Phillips (right) while touring the school with his mother, Allison Palfy, at Immaculate Conception Catholic School's open house on Thursday.  JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
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Nine-year-old Nathan Palfy, a rising fourth-grade student, talks to fourth-grade teacher Lynsey-Paige Phillips (right) while touring the school with his mother, Allison Palfy, at Immaculate Conception Catholic School's open house on Thursday.

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