Hope Regi’s two children in their back-to-school attire for the 2020-21 school year. (Hope Regi photo)

Back to school styles

Whether in-person or learning from home, it’s always nice to take first day back to school pictures

Yesterday was the first day back to school for many students around Kitimat. Some were going back to in-person classes and some made the choice to learn from home this year.

Whatever the case, the Kitimat Northern Sentinel wishes everyone a safe and fun school year! Scroll down to see pictures of students in their back-to-school gear.

READ MORE: Coast Mountains School District 82 announces alternative back to school plan

READ MORE: How to help your child cope with the transition back ot school during COVID-19

READ MORE: Haisla Community School pushes back reopening date



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First day of Grade Three. (Ashley Readman photo)

First day of Grade Two. (Meags Garlough photo)

First day of Grade One. (Amber Wright photo)

Nikki Cameron photo

Renee Pacheco photo

Students starting the Transitional Learning method offered by Coast Mountains School District 82 for the beginning of the school year. (Chantelle Jessie photo)

First day of Grade Seven. (Carolyn Campbell photo)

Kaylie Boyd photo

Jason Besler and Sara Tavares photo

Jenn Jason photo

First day of Grade One. (Sonya Botelho photo)

First day of Grades Six and Three. (Laura Myers photo)

First day of Grade One. (Naziya Maheen photo)

First day of Grade Four. (Anne Rose photo)

First day of Grade Eight. (Janine Walker photo)

First day of Grades One and Four. (Sam de Beurs photo)

First day of Grade Six. (Courtney Fairbrother photo)

First day of Grade One. (Dawn Sparkes photo)

First day of Grade One. (Kim Wilkinson photo)

First day of Grades Seven and Eight. (Danielle Borges photo)

First day of Grades Five and Two. (Tania Pigeon photo)

First day of Grades Five and Three. (Janine Walker photo)

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