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Have you uploaded your back-to-school pictures?

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

It is officially back to school week for many of our schools in Alabama.

 Three pieces of advice for parents: Give yourself some extra time to get the kids ready. Make sure you put on a happy face! If you are happy your kids will be too! Unplug from social media-don't get to absorb but don't forget to send us your back to school pictures!

 Have you uploaded your child's picture for back to school? There are several ways you can do this:

-Upload you pictures straight through MY12 on our home page! You can click the picture of the school bus and it will take you there.

-Upload you picture through our mobile weather app. Just go to the submit button and upload your pictures there.

-Email your pictures to MY12@wsfa.com

-Tweet your pictures to @WSFA12News

For more information on things like study app's for students, the 10 best back-to-school shopping sites and even a fun treat for the back-to-school season visit our back to school category under lifestyle.

To see the back to school pictures visit the MY 12 section of WSFA.com

We look forward to receiving all of your back to school pictures!

Have a great first day back to school from all of us at WSFA 12 News!

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