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Greenville Co., more school districts head back to class

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A South Carolina school bus. (File/FOX Carolina) A South Carolina school bus. (File/FOX Carolina)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

South Carolina's largest school district starts classes on Tuesday. 

Greenville County Schools are welcoming students back, as well as Pickens County, and Greenwood County Districts 50 and 52.

Spartanburg, Anderson, Cherokee and Laurens counties all started on Monday. As well as students in Oconee, Union, Newberry, Greenwood District 51, Mitchell and Yancey counties.

Greenville County schools are reminding parents to look over policies and to download the district's app for easy access to information. You can learn more here

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With the new school year means more cars on the road and increased safety patrols. Troopers ask that you give yourself more time as you head to work this week, especially if you travel through school zones or near schools. School zones will be heavily enforced.

Additionally, a new law is in place across the state allowing school bus cameras to be used to cite drivers who illegally pass a stopped school bus. Click here to read more about the law and determine when it is OK to pass a school bus in South Carolina.

Click here for a complete list of school start dates across the area.

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