CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD): With the first day of school right around the corner, News 2 met up with two Charleston county leaders to see how parents can prep for the big day.
Pepperhill elementary school Principal Tanya Underwood says that, "Parents are going to be just like the kids...they're going to have to get back in that routine".
With the summer hourglass running out of sand, Sanders-Clyde elementary school Principal Janice Malone is asking parents to help their students brush up on their skills. She says, "There's a lot of things parents can do in their home to prepare their children for learning".
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