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School faculty, staff greet Ellenboro students at their homes-- a different type of parade

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A sign prepared by this staff members was a message of love.

Faculty and staff from Ellenboro Elementary School spent two days last week bringing cheer and message to students in their district through a rolling parade.

School buses and personal vehicles made up the parade that was led by the Rutherford County Sheriff's Officer's vehicle with the resource officer also greeting students and the vehicles traveled dozens of roads in the district.

Many students greeted the faculty and staff with waves and messages. The staff also greeted the students with their own posters sharing their love.

Although the parade could not pass by every home, students were encouraged to meet the parade in the town park and along Main Street in Ellenboro to receives well wishes.

Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 all schools in Rutherford County, the state and nation have been shut down for two months. Students are being educated at home and food is prepared at school and delivered to the homes also by staff and cafeteria employees.

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