As schools across the state close to prevent the spread of coronavirus, teachers and staff are getting creative to reach out to students.
News Center 7’s Adam Marshall showed viewers the new way Englewood teachers are showing support for their students.
On Friday, teachers and staff at Englewood Hills Elementary started a ‘car parade’ with a mission.
“We're just reaching out to our students and parents as the staff here to tell them that we're here for them. We love them and we miss them," said Principal Grothaus.
When Gov. DeWine shut down schools, he also shut down extracurricular activities and school events, making this parade all the more special.
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