PHOTOS: Coquihalla school shares love for students at car parade

Dozens of vehicles joined the Coquihalla Elementary School parade around Hope to say hello to students who are home amid COVID-19. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
Kalen, left, and Sydney Luck get ready for their teachers to parade by them Thursday. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
Lana Stanford, left, Sabrina and Cain Allaby and baby Daxson (in the stroller) watch the parade go by. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
Teachers decorated their cars with signs, including Mrs. Kjemhus’ who also added hearts with streamers to her car. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
JanMaryet, left, Divad’On, Prsictynz and Dhore’hyn waited patiently for the parade to make it down 6 Avenue. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
(Above) Stephen Phillips, Joaquin Pete, Letitia McHalsie and Shaylee Pete made colourful signs that read ‘Miss you, love you, teachers and helpers.’ (Left) JanMaryet, Divad’on, Prsictynz and Dhore’hyn Fraser waited patiently for the parade to make it down 6 Avenue. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
Kids of all ages wait for the Coquihalla Elementary parade to come by. Submitted photo

The teachers at Coquihalla Elementary School missed their students so much, they decided to organize a parade around Hope to see them Friday. Students came out in droves, to give the love right back while staying at a safe physical distance.


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