St. Joseph Parish School students and families thank teachers while staying safe
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: May 1, 2020 2:44 PM CDT
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GRAFTON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Next week, May 4-8, is Teacher Appreciation Week. St. Joseph Parish School in Grafton, found a week to celebrate teachers while staying socially distant.
Families decorated their cars and dropped off thank you cards in a special drive-thru on Friday, May 1.
Principal Amanda Matthews said this was the first time they've seen their students since school closed.
"It's been pretty emotional today, actually. A lot of lovely signs that the parents have made and the kids have made for the teachers. We've been able to see them, wave at them, smile. It's been pretty emotional because we miss them very much," said Matthews.
Students also collected materials they'll need for the rest of the school year.