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September 8, 2022 at 7:16 a.m.
Cooper Schloss (left) and Chloe Beal make their way to the front doors of the Blind Brook Middle/High School for the start of their sophomore year on Tuesday Sept. 6. Smiling at peers in the parking lot, the students are getting dropped off for their first day of classes.
As quickly as they can, students sprint toward the front doors of Blind Brook Middle/High School, attempting to avoid the rain on their first day.
Windshield wipers whip away in the downpour as a school bus leads a line of cars waiting to drop off students at the Blind Brook Middle/High School.
A large pop-up sign greets students returning to Blind Brook Middle/High School for the new school year on Sept. 6.
As she shuts the car door behind her, Rachel Horn says goodbye to loved ones and gets ready for the first day of her sophomore year.
Sixth-graders Tessa Lerch (front) and Charlotte Roseman are ready to run. They bolt from the vehicle dropping them off, hustling inside to get out of the rain and see their peers.
Rainwater soaks Julia Mensch (right) and Dylan Gold as they prepare to tackle their seventh-grade year. Mensch expresses her disgust for the weather before the two dash inside.
Cars drive up to the front doors of Blind Brook Middle/High School in two lines to drop off students. A crossing guard directs traffic, ensuring safety as students and their parents mosey along in the packed parking lot.