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

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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