Teachers, staff, and the principal of Moody Elementary and Bielefield Elementary paraded around Middletown neighborhoods on March 30 in decorated vehicles, waving to students for the first time since March 13.
The parades were a chance for teachers to show their students how much they miss them and how excited they are to see them back in school. For the families, they were opportunities to celebrate the teachers’ flexibility and dedication to transitioning students to a virtual classroom.
School communities are connecting across Connecticut, as teachers, staff, families, and students work together to ensure children continue to create, learn, and grow.
The Middletown community also came together in support of their police department during the past month. Officers have given several shout outs to ProTech Automotive and Home Depot for their generous donations of masks and critical sterilization supplies.
The department has also received meals from Mondo, Adams Market, and Fiore II throughout the last few weeks, as well as food donations sponsored by American Contractors and F.L.A.G.
Stay connected in the community in support of one another!