With kids across the country taking classes online due to coronavirus, the teachers at R.E. Baker Elementary School in Arkansas decided to do something special for their students.
They lined up outside of the school for a parade, as their students waved and cheered.
Elizabeth Srader, a substitute teacher at the school, helped organize the parade.
"The Friday before we went to online learning, we were saying, ‘See you Monday, bring your Chromebooks back,'" Srader said. "We didn’t really get to say goodbye. Then, on Sunday evening, they said, ‘OK, it’s time for this to go into action.’ We all sprung into action."
Teachers say the transition to online learning has been tough, but things like this help.
"We love our kids so much," teacher Jessica Carson said. "We love seeing their smiling faces, getting to hug them and see their pure love for learning. We were sad when we had to go to online learning, but we understand we need to keep everyone safe."