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Getting a smart start

Third grade teacher at Pizzo Elementary School, Alexis Vlk (CQ) looks for books for the upcoming school year at the Teaching Tools Store at the the Hillsborough Education Foundation in Tampa on Wednesday, August 13, 2014. The store currently works with 130 Title I schools in the Hillsborough County Public School district. The school year for Hillsborough county schools begins on Tuesday, August 19.

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Third grade teacher at Pizzo Elementary School, Alexis Vlk (CQ) looks for books for the upcoming school year at the Teaching Tools Store at the the Hillsborough Education Foundation in Tampa on Wednesday, August 13, 2014. The store currently works with 130 Title I schools in the Hillsborough County Public School district. The school year for Hillsborough county schools begins on Tuesday, August 19.

EVE EDELHEIT | Times

Alexis Vlk, a third-grade teacher at Pizzo Elementary School in Tampa, looks for books for the new school year Wednesday at the Teaching Tools Store. The store, supported by the Hillsborough Education Foundation, serves 130 Title I schools, those with large concentrations of low-income students that receive supplemental federal funding. Hillsborough students will head to class for the 2014-15 year on Tuesday.

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