From Staples to Target to DSW, the back-to-school commercials are officially in overdrive.
In Pelham, students will head back to the classroom Sept. 5.
For the parents and caregivers out there, that means lots of shopping for notebooks, backpacks, laptops and locker decor.
On average, folks with kids in kindergarten through grade 12 will spend $688.62 on back-to-school supplies this year, according to a survey by the National Retail Foundation. That's up from the average of $603.63 last year, the NRF reports.
What is the must-have item that tops your list this year? Is it clothes, shoes, notebooks, technology?
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