Four Emma K. Doub fourth-graders headed into summer vacation in style Wednesday.
Kara Burgan, Heather Frost, Kaitlyn Bosco and Stephanie Schubel were driven away from the last day of school in a white limousine.
The 9- and 10-year-old girls paid for the limo with more than $63,000 in fake money called scholar dollars, which they were awarded for doing well on tests and homework, good behavior and anything else teachers wanted to reward them for, Doub kindergarten teacher Robin Spickler said.
The limousine ride was donated by Northstar Limousine.
Around the time the four girls were hitting the street in their luxury ride, school bells were ringing across Washington County, releasing about 19,000 students for summer vacation.