'We miss them so much.' - P.S. 115 teachers parade cars by students’ homes
New York City public schools have been remote learning for over a month due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the faculty at P.S. 115 in Brooklyn couldn’t take it anymore.
Teachers paraded their cars by their students’ homes Tuesday morning.
"We miss them so much, it's just so hard, we spent every day with them six, seven, eight hours a day ... just to be apart for so long, it's horrible,” said Assistant Principal Jennifer Troman.
Since they can’t return to school, they decided to have a parade of 40 to 45 cars of teachers and staff and waved signs.
"We miss our kids, we need to celebrate and we need to let them know how much we miss them and how much we love them,” said Principal Jonathan Lee.
They waved, clapped and banged on pots and pans from their porches, stoops and sidewalks.