Utah third-grade teacher starts new school year with surprise: 4 sets of twins in her class

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KAYSVILLE, Utah — A northern Utah third-grade teacher is starting the new school year with a surprise: four sets of twins in her class.

Teacher Andrea Wood at Columbia Elementary School in Kaysville says the twins all like being in the same class together with their siblings and she won't split them up.

But while she has the siblings all sitting next to each other as the class becomes acquainted, she'll probably separate them inside the classroom eventually.

Wood told KSL (http://bit.ly/1vymLMJ ) the distinction might make things easier for parent-teacher conferences because she'll have just one parent to talk to for each set of twins and their parents will have just one teacher to consult.

Her class has one pair of identical twins as does another third-grade class at the same school.

Information from: KSL-TV, http://www.ksl.com/

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