(NEWS10) – On Tuesday, Gardner-Dickinson School and Milton Terrace Elementary School both held parades to bring happiness and cheer to their students and families.
As a safe way to bring the community together while also following recommendations to prevent the possible spreading of COVID-19, teacher parades are quickly becoming a trend across the region.
In Troy, Gardner-Dickinson faculty and staff decorated their cars to drive a route through the district to wave to their students and families.
In Ballston Spa, Milton Terrace Elementary School held its own school parade with many anxious students waiting in their front yards to catch a glimpse of their favorite teachers.
Tuesday’s festivities join other school parades that have taken place this past month in other school districts.
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