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New chapter in young lives

BRENDAN FITTERER | Times

Daniella Barrios, 4, gets a hug on her first day of prekindergarten from her mother, Daina Carralero, as they wait in the front office at Schrader Elementary School in New Port Richey on Monday morning. Students at Schrader arrived to a brand new campus. Monday was the first day of school for students in Pasco, Hernando and Pinellas counties. Today is the first day of school in Hillsborough County. To see how students and teachers at Schrader Elementary and North Shore Elementary in St. Petersburg spent their first day of school, go to video.tampabay.com.

SCOTT KEELER | Times

Thedric Watson says goodbye to his son, Deniro Watson, 4, in Carrie Johnson's kindergarten class at North Shore Elementary School in St. Petersburg on Monday, the first day of school in Pinellas County. Monday was also the first day of school for students in Pasco and Hernando counties, and today is the first day in Hillsborough County. To see how students and teachers at North Shore Elementary and Schrader Elementary in New Port Richey spent their first day of school, go to video.tampabay.com.

New chapter in young lives 08/18/14 [Last modified: Monday, August 18, 2014 11:06pm]
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