School days return


Over 10,000 students return to public schools for 2017-18

Butler Avenue second grade student Isaiah Copeland walks in to school Monday morning, eager to begin a new school year.


Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

Once kids arrived at school Monday, they had the opportunity to have breakfast before going to their classrooms.


Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

The staff at Butler Avenue School welcomed students back Monday morning, all with a smile and a hello for the students.


Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

A group of third grade students sit outside their classroom, waiting for the start of the first day of the new school year.


Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

Hargrove Elementary students Dai’vian Murrell and Cameron Hand assist with folding the flag after the first day of school.


Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

Students at Hargrove Elementary prepare to go home after their first day.


Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

Principal Edward Holmes and staff members say goodbye after the first day of school.


Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

Butler Avenue second grade student Isaiah Copeland walks in to school Monday morning, eager to begin a new school year.

Once kids arrived at school Monday, they had the opportunity to have breakfast before going to their classrooms.

The staff at Butler Avenue School welcomed students back Monday morning, all with a smile and a hello for the students.

A group of third grade students sit outside their classroom, waiting for the start of the first day of the new school year.

Hargrove Elementary students Dai’vian Murrell and Cameron Hand assist with folding the flag after the first day of school.

Students at Hargrove Elementary prepare to go home after their first day.

Principal Edward Holmes and staff members say goodbye after the first day of school.

Butler Avenue second grade student Isaiah Copeland walks in to school Monday morning, eager to begin a new school year.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_BS1.jpgButler Avenue second grade student Isaiah Copeland walks in to school Monday morning, eager to begin a new school year. Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

Once kids arrived at school Monday, they had the opportunity to have breakfast before going to their classrooms.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_BS2.jpgOnce kids arrived at school Monday, they had the opportunity to have breakfast before going to their classrooms. Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

The staff at Butler Avenue School welcomed students back Monday morning, all with a smile and a hello for the students.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_BS3.jpgThe staff at Butler Avenue School welcomed students back Monday morning, all with a smile and a hello for the students. Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

A group of third grade students sit outside their classroom, waiting for the start of the first day of the new school year.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_BS4.jpgA group of third grade students sit outside their classroom, waiting for the start of the first day of the new school year. Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

Hargrove Elementary students Dai’vian Murrell and Cameron Hand assist with folding the flag after the first day of school.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_BS8.jpgHargrove Elementary students Dai’vian Murrell and Cameron Hand assist with folding the flag after the first day of school. Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

Students at Hargrove Elementary prepare to go home after their first day.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_BS6.jpgStudents at Hargrove Elementary prepare to go home after their first day. Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent

Principal Edward Holmes and staff members say goodbye after the first day of school.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_BS7.jpgPrincipal Edward Holmes and staff members say goodbye after the first day of school. Kristy D. Carter|Sampson Independent
Over 10,000 students return to public schools for 2017-18
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