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SHOW US: Photos of the First Day of School

Make your child feel extra special by sharing his or her first day back-to-school photos on Patch.

Students' clothes are new and clean, the hair is perfect and the smiles are big — yep, it's the first day of school in the .

Patch would love to feature a picture of your child's first day of school. Feel free to include your child's name, grade and school with the picture.

How to submit your photos: 

  1. You can post directly to this article. Click on the "Upload Photos and Videos" tab above, choose the photo you would like to upload and then include your child's name, grade and school in the caption of the photo. Feel free to include any "good luck" message or words of encouragement in the caption. 
  2. You can e-mail your photo to Local Editor Penny Arévalo at penny.arevalo@patch.com.

We look forward to sharing your photos on Patch.

Penny Arévalo September 06, 2012 at 05:25 PM
As I said, I have constantly rotated the main feature. Now displaying our West Point freshman. All proud parents are welcome to participate.
Concerned Mom September 06, 2012 at 05:26 PM
Brin was supposed to be being
Penny Arévalo September 06, 2012 at 05:27 PM
That's sweet! And yes, if you want to. Patch is for all of its users. You help define and help participate in our content. :-)
Penny Arévalo September 06, 2012 at 08:25 PM
New photos added. Thanks!
Erika Schulte September 07, 2012 at 12:15 AM
To avoid any confusion, charter schools (including Oxford Prep, Community Roots, Journey, and others in CUSD) are public, tuition-free, non-profit schools funded with the same Average Daily Attendance dollars from the state that the traditional district schools are funded with. The only differences are that they operate with more independence from the district (instead they are governed by the contents of their charter, which is monitored by the district), and are funded at a significantly lower level than district schools.

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