Mike Brewer (left) welcomed students and parents to the first day of school Tuesday at Broken Arrow Elementary School in Shawnee. Brewer is new to the school and the district this year. Mother Nakia Young was dropping off her fourth-grade twins at the school.<252><137>Mike Brewer (left), new principal, shook hands with Nakia Young, of Shawnee, as he welcomed students and parents to the first day of school at Broken Arrow Elementary School, 5901 Alden, on Tuesday, August 12, 2014, in Shawnee, Kansas. Brewer is new to the district and to Broken Arrow this year. He most recently served as the executive director of elementary education in Liberty. Young was dropping off her fourth-grade twins.<252><137>
Mike Brewer (left) welcomed students and parents to the first day of school Tuesday at Broken Arrow Elementary School in Shawnee. Brewer is new to the school and the district this year. Mother Nakia Young was dropping off her fourth-grade twins at the school.<252><137>Mike Brewer (left), new principal, shook hands with Nakia Young, of Shawnee, as he welcomed students and parents to the first day of school at Broken Arrow Elementary School, 5901 Alden, on Tuesday, August 12, 2014, in Shawnee, Kansas. Brewer is new to the district and to Broken Arrow this year. He most recently served as the executive director of elementary education in Liberty. Young was dropping off her fourth-grade twins.<252><137> SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
Mike Brewer (left) welcomed students and parents to the first day of school Tuesday at Broken Arrow Elementary School in Shawnee. Brewer is new to the school and the district this year. Mother Nakia Young was dropping off her fourth-grade twins at the school.<252><137>Mike Brewer (left), new principal, shook hands with Nakia Young, of Shawnee, as he welcomed students and parents to the first day of school at Broken Arrow Elementary School, 5901 Alden, on Tuesday, August 12, 2014, in Shawnee, Kansas. Brewer is new to the district and to Broken Arrow this year. He most recently served as the executive director of elementary education in Liberty. Young was dropping off her fourth-grade twins.<252><137> SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

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