Bronx students hold ceremony for police

The teacher who organized the event said that it started with just police officers whose children are students at the school, but the event soon

The teacher who organized the event said that

The teacher who organized the event said that it started with just police officers whose children are students at the school, but the event soon grew to include officers whose children don't attend the school. (May 26, 2015 11:54 AM)

Dozens of police officers from the Bronx and beyond joined elementary school students at a special church Mass held in their honor Tuesday.

Students from St. Philip Neri Elementary School on the Grand Concourse, along with a teacher, organized the event to show their appreciation to police officers.

The teacher who organized the event said that it started with just police officers whose...

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