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Updated: 08/11/2017 08:30:02AM

School begins with teacher shortage

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Addison Foy, 5, gives kindergarten teacher Penny Aspiolea a hug after parent's orientation on the first day of school.

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Trinity Calderon, 5, with her mom, Esther LaFaille, at the parent orientation held for kindergarten students on the first day of school at Neil Armstrong Elementary School.

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Liv Veras, 5, and Addison, 5, play together in the kitchen area of the kindergarten classroom on the first day of school.

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Neil Armstrong Elementary teacher Penny Aspiolea shows parents an interactive excercise she does with children at the kindergarten parent orientation. For the exercise, they point towards their temples and say: "I will make smart choices."

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Vineland Elementary School first-grade teacher Jennifer Castaldo gives new student Spencer Yock a big hug as he visits the classroom for the first time during the school's Meet Your Teacher event.

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Headed to Myakka River Elementary on the first day of school are Brian Lopez and children Brian John Lopez, a first-grader, and Destiny Bea Lopez, a second-grader.

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Juliana Cioffi-Thompson brought a present for her teacher on the first day at Myakka River Elementary School.

By SOMMER BROKAW

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CHARLOTTE COUNTY — Daniel Crowley was upset that his high-functioning autistic daughter had a substitute teacher on her first day back at school Thursday.

Kingsway Elementary was among several Charlotte schools affected by the district’s recent teacher shortage.

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