Students, staff at St. Joseph's School for the Deaf celebrate school spirit day

Students and staff at St. Joseph's School for the Deaf are celebrating school spirit day today as the institution's 145th anniversary approaches. Students marched behind

Many were wearing school colors for the parade.

Many were wearing school colors for the parade.

THE BRONX - Students and staff at St. Joseph's School for the Deaf are celebrating school spirit day today as the institution's 145th anniversary approaches.

Students marched behind a banner down Tremont Avenue, while drums and pom-poms helped them celebrate. Many were also wearing school colors for the parade.

This is the third time students and staff participated in a parade for spirit day. Even children in the pre-K class came out for a little while to show their school spirit.

St. Joseph's will have an official kick-off weekend for the anniversary celebration in September with a barbecue and banquet.

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