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By Jill Brubaker Reigh
Hollidaysburg Correspondent 

Teachers Use Parade Route to See Students

 

March 26, 2020

Jill Brubaker Reigh

Mom Mandy Baker-Bowman holds son Tyler while her school-age children Bryce and Lauryn Conway wave as the first-ever parade traverses Gray Lane in Duncansville on Sunday, March 22. Nearly dozen cars passed their houses.

Teachers are by nature social creatures who are also driven to instill knowledge on our youth. Why else would one choose a profession that requires daily face-to-face interaction with children?

Is it any wonder then that the new norm of social distancing is making teachers stir-crazy? While some teachers in the area choose daily walks to see their "kids," others decided on a parade.

Yes, a parade. After six school days since students were in the classroom, and no end in sight, a group of teachers decided to parade through the neighborhoods where their students live. Thanks to social media...



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