CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools started the 2014-15 school year Monday morning.
Channel 9 has comprehensive coverage to keep you informed as students return to class this year.
On WSOCTV.com, there is a special section on Back to School with links to all the local schools. The section also has tips for parents, healthy lunch ideas and much more.
CLICK HERE for our full Back to School section.
Eyewitness News Daybreak will be keeping you up-to-date on traffic and weather all morning through out the week. Also, follow Traffic Team 9 on Twitter as well as the WSOC Severe Weather team for live updates throughout the mornings.
Chopper 9 Skyzoom flew over local school Monday morning. WSOCTV.com will livestreamed Chopper and you can also follow Chopper on Twitter.
Join the conversation on Twitter by using #Back2Schoolon9. Send us your first day of school pictures by tagging @wsoctv on Twitter or emailing them to email@example.com.
Check out photos from our anchors and reporters from their school days.
CMS Superintendent Heath Morrison will hold a briefing on the first day of school Monday evening. We will be carrying a live stream of his comments online at wsoctv.com and on air on Eyewitness News Daybreak.
We will have more updates on our Facebook page on what you can expect before heading out the door all week long.
Download our WSOC-TV weather app to be up-to-date on the weather for the first day of school. Click here for your iPhone. Click here for your iPad. Click here for Android phone.
WSOCTV.com's Back to School Guide
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