Six months after school shuttered amid the surging COVID-19 pandemic, the first wave of New York City public school students trickled back to their buildings Monday.

In-person school was delayed for most of the 500,000-plus kids signed up for face-to-face instruction in a bombshell eleventh-hour decision last Thursday. But buildings opened as scheduled for preschoolers and District 75 schools for students with complex disabilities.

Parents, Pre-K students and teachers are pictured outside the Mosaic Pre-K Center in Jackson Heights, Queens on Monday. Six months after school shuttered amid the surging COVID-19 pandemic, the first wave of New York City public school students trickled back to their buildings Monday.

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