Teachers from a St. Albans elementary school took to their cars to parade through the neighborhoods of their students, waving and smiling at “their kids.”
"After gathering in SATEC’s parking lot Monday afternoon, between 30 and 40 teachers set out by car for neighborhoods across St. Albans, waving to their students who, due to a government-ordered school closure intended to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, had not been in school since early March. This is really a scary time for a lot of people,” Cathy Stetz, a health teacher and nurse at SATEC, said. “Just to have some consistency or continuity – them seeing their teachers and knowing we care for them and we miss them – could help with the social-emotional well-being of our kids.”"
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