BFMS students ride horses to school

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  • Four kids ride their horses to school.

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    Four Bonners Ferry Middle School seventh-graders rode their horses to school on June 4 ... earning a smile from Principal David Miles.

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    The kids received attention from those at the school who saw them. Courtesy photos

  • Four kids ride their horses to school.

  • 1

    Four Bonners Ferry Middle School seventh-graders rode their horses to school on June 4 ... earning a smile from Principal David Miles.

  • 2

    The kids received attention from those at the school who saw them. Courtesy photos

BONNERS FERRY — There is a law in Idaho that states if kids ride their horses to school during the last week, the principal has to watch them.

On June 4, four seventh graders rode their horses to the Boundary County Middle School, earning a chuckle from Principal David Miles.

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