The last set of students in Northeast Florida are heading back to school today and tomorrow.. More than 5,000 students in Baker County went back to school today. Tomorrow, kids in Union county will be back in the classroom. Channel 4's Erica Rakow continues our back to school coverage from Macclenny. 3 00-0510-1532-3748-53101- 106119-124136-141ERICA LOOKLIVE INTRO: 24:58 it's all smiles in Baker county for the first day of school as 5,027 students head back here. But the ultimate goal between students, teachers the superintendent is student achievement this year.NATS 17:00 are you excited today? THERE'S A LOT THAT GOES INTO A A SUCCESSFUL FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL.. IN BAKER COUNTY IT'S A STRONG PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE DISTRICT AND THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE THAT MAKES THINGS RUN SMOOTHLY.17:08 you got a belt? You sure do got a belt on that's good keep up your pants, you're a cute boy I'll tell you you are SHERIFF DOBSON MADE HIMSELF VISIBLE AND AVAILABLE.. GREETING STUDENTS ON DAY ONE.22:18 the supervisors met to discuss having deputies we have deputies at all school every morning every afternoon in the school zones to make sure that the traffic is slow.THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHS WERE TAKEN LEFT AND RIGHT.. EVEN OVER AT BAKER MIDDLE. ANTIONETTE BROWN/MOM OF 8TH GRADER 4:18 I'm very sentimental so I have to take a picture I have to get my memories. He don't like to but I'm like you're going to give me this picture! STUDENTS ALSO HAD SOME FIRST DAY NERVES.. ESPECIALLY THOSE STARTING ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL. DAVONTE BROWN/8TH GRADER 3:19 don't be intimidated by the eighth graders they might be big but it doesn't matter just stay in school and do your work and study and if you're having a problem just go to the principals and teachers. SUPERINTENDENT SHERRIE RAULERSON'S GOAL OF MORE COLLABORATION IS ALREADY IN MOTION AT THE DISTRICT'S ONLY PRE-K/KINDERGARTEN CENTER. 12:23 everythings geared towards little people so that's really nice but we work very hard to communicate with the other schools, maccleny elementary, Westside elementary keller so we plan vertically, we work hard to know what first grade needs 12:38 ERICA LOOKLIVE TAG: 25:32 the sheriff and the superintendent want to remind you people will still be getting into the swing of things all week long not just on the first day so remember the crossing guards are out, children are crossing the street, the buses are out so just be mindful and be patient and most of all be safe. Reporting from baker county, Erica Rakow, channel 4, tls.