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WCS hosts bus parade to encourage, uplift students

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Teachers at local schools in the southern part of Williamson County were busy making encouraging signs and decorating buses on Friday.

With the remainder of the Williamson County Schools semester canceled due to COVID-19, the district hosted its first-ever bus parade to encourage and uplift students in the Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station area.

Close to 100 teachers and an army of bus drivers volunteered to make routes through the many neighborhoods in southern Williamson County. 

There were plenty of honks and waves, as students and families lined the streets. 

Longview Elementary School Principal Dr. Kathy Ball was more than excited to see her students. 

“We will have the opportunity to see our students, but more importantly, for our students to see us,” Ball said. “We really and truly miss our students. They’re what makes our job what it is, and I cannot wait to see them.”

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