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Over the next month, thousands of students in the Tampa Bay area will be headed back to school.It's a fresh start as students transition from summer to the new school year.

Are you ready for your child's first day? Whether they will be entering kindergarten or your senior's final year, it's the time every parent pulls out their cell phone cameras to take pictures of their children, and we want to see them too!

Submit your 'Back to School: First Day Photos' by downloading the WFLA News App from the iTunes or Google Play store and clicking on the submit button in the app.

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