Ah, the first day back to school. The hustle and bustle of getting kids out the door and to their school before the bell rings for their first class.
The long summer break is about to come to an end which means Monday morning thousands of South Florida kids will be heading back to school.
The start of the new school year may be moved up a week or so if a bill in the House survives.
School bells rang for the first time in months across South Florida as students headed back to class on the first day of the new school year. In Miami-Dade, School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho started his day at the district’s bus depot with a message for parents and students.
Students at four Broward charter schools will not be going back to their schools when the new school year starts on Monday.
After being closed for two years due to unsafe conditions, North Dade Middle School is re-opening to students Monday.
Public schools start next week, but a special group of teachers is already getting to work.
With a month to go before the start of school in South Florida, teachers are beginning to stock up on school supplies.