TULSA, Oklahoma -- It was back to school for students in the Union district Monday.
Students at Grove Elementary found a completely remodeled school. The school finished up a two year project that doubled the size of the gym, expanded all the classrooms and even knocked out part of a wall in the library to create more space.
Grove was also able to welcome back Pre-K students, which it didn't have during the remodel. But the principal says the biggest difference in the classrooms this year, is that some students don't go to school at Grove anymore because school boundary changes sent them to Jarman Elementary.