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School’s Open: TAPinto Piscataway 2017 ‘First Day of School’ Photo Gallery and Contest

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Credits: Barbara Ebel
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Credits: Barbara Ebel
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Credits: Barbara Ebel
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Credits: Kenneth Simmons
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Autumn Flood - Arbor Intermediate Credits: Dee Brown
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Credits: Pari Melkote
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Credits: Pari Melkote
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Credits: Pari Melkote
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So happy on my first day of school 😂😂😂😂 Credits: Adriana Jara
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First day of preschool at Children's Corner Credits: NicoleBal
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First day of kindergarten @ EISENHOWER Elementary Credits: Nia Flores
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Ready to rock the 2017-18 school year! Credits: Jigna Pokhan
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Ready to rock the 2017-18 school year! Credits: Jigna Pokhan
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And They are ready to rock the 2017-18 school year! Credits: Jigna Pokhan
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And They are ready to rock the 2017-18 school year! Credits: Jigna Pokhan
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Starting our second year at Children's Corner Pond! So excited! Credits: Kate Massa
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4th grade, King School Credits: Mary Mikita
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Credits: Jody-Ann Parkinson
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PISCATAWAY, NJ – As students from around Piscataway return to school this week, here are some photos parents took of them on their ‘First Day of School.’

If you would like your child’s photo to be included in the TAPinto Piscataway 2017 Back-to-School Photo Gallery, please email it to piscataway@tapinto.net.

Photo captions are optional but please include the name of the photographer.

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You will also be entered for a chance to win a $25 gift card to Applebee’s, so be sure to include your name and email address with your entry.

The deadline for submissions is Saturday, Sept. 9th. The winner will be announced on Monday, Sept. 11th and will be contacted via email.

Don’t forget to sign up for our FREE eNews to keep track as the gallery is updated with your photos.

TAPinto Piscataway wishes everyone a safe and fun school year!

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