Cristina Cordero (right) walk her son Jose, (center) and daughter Emily (left) to class at the Bridge Prep Academy, in south Dade on Thursday, Feb.19, 2015 — one of the the coldest days of last year in South Florida.
Cristina Cordero (right) walk her son Jose, (center) and daughter Emily (left) to class at the Bridge Prep Academy, in south Dade on Thursday, Feb.19, 2015 — one of the the coldest days of last year in South Florida. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald File
Cristina Cordero (right) walk her son Jose, (center) and daughter Emily (left) to class at the Bridge Prep Academy, in south Dade on Thursday, Feb.19, 2015 — one of the the coldest days of last year in South Florida. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald File

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