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A socially distanced parade:
May 21, 2020 at 6:43 a.m.
Blind Brook Middle School sixth-grade teacher Alessandra Tamburro waves a sign that reads ‘‘We miss you’’ from the sunroof of the car as she passes by students on Hillandale Avenue. The school’s faculty and staff drove around Rye Brook on Tuesday, May 19, to say hello to their students from a distance.
Assistant Principal Seth Horowitz leads the caravan of cars through the BelleFair community.
Betsy Brown Road residents Jackie (left) and Ella Piacente, an eighth-grader, and Country Ridge Drive residents Kelly and Alex Beatty, also an eighth-grader, wave to the oncoming teachers and administrators.
Eighth-grader Matthew Laterza enjoys the parade with his mother Sumathi as the group passes by.
Eighth-grader Wyneth Choset and her sister Lucy, a fifth-grader, watch the parade with their mother Heather as it makes its way up BelleFair Boulevard.
Blind Brook Middle School Principal Patricia Lambert honks her car horn as she passes students and families on BelleFair Boulevard.
A bright yellow school bus leads the Blind Brook Middle School parade down Country Ridge Drive.
Hillandale Road resident and Rye Brook Trustee Stephanie Fischer says hello to band director Don Whitman as he drives by.
Seventh-grade teacher Elizabeth Connolly happily greets students from her truck.