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Although the teachers will be new, Miramonte students will find little else changed, Mr. Deasy told KNX Radio.

“They are coming right back to their desks, their work is already on the wall,” he said. “What we are doing today is providing students with an opportunity to talk about what has happened.”

In addition to those costs, the district faces potentially millions of dollars in legal costs as lawsuits are filed. Families of at least two dozen Miramonte students have retained lawyers so far.

The school’s reopening follows revelations Wednesday that 200 more inappropriate photos of children were discovered, and that one teacher sent warmly written birthday cards and presents to students who participated in his games.