SAN ANGELO, Texas – On September 6th, thousands of people dressed in maroon and white in support of Uvalde as the school goes back for its first day since May 24th, the day 19 children and two adults were killed in a shooting.

Schools across the Concho Valley including San Angelo ISD, TLCA, Grape Creek ISD, Eden ISD, Ozona and Crocket County Consolidated Common School District, Brady ISD, Junction ISD, BallingerISD, Rochelle ISD and Bronte ISD all invited their staff and students to be #UvaldeStrong and wear maroon and white in support of Uvalde’s first day of school on September 6th.

Here are some schools and families that showed that support for #UvaldeStrong with KLST and KSAN:

Ozona High School

Ozona Middle School

Ozona Middle School sitting in the bleachers under the purple and gold Ozona Lion in the gym. Students and staff at OMS are wearing maroon and white in support of Uvalde. Students on the bottom row of the bleachers are holding a banner that says "We are Uvalde Strong". This photograph is courtesy of Ozona High School Yearbook Staff.
This photograph is courtesy of the Ozona High School Yearbook staff.

Eden Independent School District

Students of Eden Independent School District sitting in to make the letter "E" appear in blue chairs that are not occupied. Students in the picture are wearing maroon and white in support of Uvalde's first day of school on September 6th.
This photograph is courtesy of Eden ISD.

Bronte Independent School District

Bronte ISD students in staff gathered in the Bronte gym for a picture in their maroon and white in support of Uvalde. Around the photograph it says "Bronte ISD Stands with Uvalde!" Below it says "Maroon supporting maroon"
This photograph is courtesy of Bronte ISD.

Adley Perez in Brady, Texas also shared how she is #UvaldeStrong.

This photograph is courtesy of Sandra Laureles.
This photograph was submitted by Laynie Mesch.

Meaghan Luthe shared these two kids showing how they are #UvaldeStrong on KLST’s Facebook.

This photograph is courtesy of Meaghan Luthe.
This #UvaldeStrong picture is courtesy of Desirea Odell.
This photograph supporting Uvalde is courtesy of Kayla Quiroz.

Co-workers at Huddle House shared on KSAN’s Facebook how they are #UvaldeStrong today as well!

This photograph is courtesy of Stephanie Perez.