KSAT Kids photos: First day of class for many San Antonio-area students

Good luck to the students, teachers, parents on their first day of class!

New back to school image for 2021. (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – Hello parents, teachers and students!

Today is the day for many of you, as 12 San Antonio-area school districts start their quest for knowledge with the beginning of a new school year.

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Carrizo Springs ISD, Center Point ISD, D’Hanis ISD, Devine ISD, Leakey ISD, Natalia ISD, New Braunfels ISD, Northside ISD, Poteet ISD, Somerset ISD. Southwest ISD, Uvalde ISD all begin school on Monday, following the several that began the last few weeks.

KSAT Kids, a kid-friendly part of our website with news and free educational content, wants to wish the students in all our area schools good luck and to have a wonderful school year.

And while this school year may be a bit confusing because of the lack of clarification on a mask mandate, KSAT Kids has you covered. KSAT will continue to follow the latest and give you updates as we have them.

Parents, don’t abandon the tradition of taking first-day-of-school photos! KSAT Kids wants to see them! You can submit a photo to showoff and memorialize this special day below.

Parents or teachers, are you looking for more fun educational content to help that young learner? Sign up for our KSAT Kids newsletter here, go to our Facebook or Twitter pages here, or go to the website at www.ksat.com/ksatkids to find:

  • Video science labs from Meteorologist Kaiti Blake
  • Extended classroom lessons and quizzes from Meteorologist Sarah Spivey
  • Weather history lessons and the history of Texas town names courtesy of Meteorologist Justin Horne
  • Uplifting stories of students and teachers who go above and beyond
  • Fun educational livestreams: We’ve already shown several NASA space launches, and have teamed up with the San Antonio Zoo to show both koalas and tree kangaroo habitats, with more to come
  • seasonal content for events such as Halloween, Christmas and Fiesta

Teachers and parents can decide when and how they want to use the free and age-appropriate content.

But guess what, we can’t do it alone. We are looking to our community for ideas to improve KSAT Kids and to get the word out. What type of videos would you like to see us produce? What topics are your children or students most interested in? Would you like to see a newscast just for kids? Do you know a teacher, student or school that should be highlighted by KSAT?

Send us an email at ksatkids@ksat.com with new content, lessons, story ideas, questions or tips.

Do you know someone who would benefit from KSAT Kids? Forward them this or share our newsletter sign-up or website with them.

Have a wonderful school year!

About the Author

Ben Spicer is a digital journalist who works the early morning shift for KSAT.

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