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On the street: Now that it’s over, how do you feel about Monday’s big eclipse — or lack thereof?

Asked at Sunflower Elementary School, 2521 Inverness Drive on August 21, 2017

David Shew, third-grader , Sunflower Elementary

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“Really sad and mad at the same time… We wanted to see this, and we just didn’t.”

Evan Zelvy , third-grader, Sunflower Elementary

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“I’m kind of sad because I’ve never seen one before and I thought I’d never get to see one until I’m older. ”

Violet Thompson, fourth-grader, Sunflower Elementary

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“I think it was kind of lame that the eclipse did not show up for us. I think Mother Nature didn’t want us to see it, but it’s nice that people saw it outside of Lawrence. ”

Lane Palmer, third-grader, Sunflower Elementary

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“Sad… (Reports) said we were gonna get 97 percent — like almost a total eclipse — and nothing happened. ”

Jocelyn Wilson, fifth-grader, Sunflower Elementary

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“I kind of wish we would’ve seen it, but in our class we streamed it live, so we got to see that, at least.”

Easton Graves, third-grader, Sunflower Elementary

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“Sad, because we didn’t get to see it at all. ”

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