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Saying goodbye for the school year

North Elementary School in Iron Mountain had an end-of-the-school-year parade Tuesday evening, letting students and parents drive past the school to wave goodbye to their teachers, who had to conduct classes from afar after schools were closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.The event gave them and students a chance to see each other one last time. Here, staff members Stacey Pickett and Mary Martin wave pom poms and blow bubbles as students pass by. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
North Elementary School in Iron Mountain had an end-of-the-school-year parade Tuesday evening, letting students and parents drive past the school to wave goodbye to their teachers, who had to conduct classes from afar after schools were closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The event gave them and students a chance to see each other one last time. Michael McCole and Malakai Hartman made signs for their early kindergarten and preschool teachers. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
North Elementary School in Iron Mountain had an end-of-the-school-year parade Tuesday evening, letting students and parents drive past the school to wave goodbye to their teachers, who had to conduct classes from afar after schools were closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The event gave them and students a chance to see each other one last time. Kindergartner Charlie Punzel waves as her grandmother, Laura Johnson, drives by the school. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
North Elementary School in Iron Mountain had an end-of-the-school-year parade Tuesday evening, letting students and parents drive past the school to wave goodbye to their teachers, who had to conduct classes from afar after schools were closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The event gave them and students a chance to see each other one last time. Here, Pam Pirkola and Shannon Rosenthal blow noisemakers and cheer as the vehicles come through. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
North Elementary School in Iron Mountain had an end-of-the-school-year parade Tuesday evening, letting students and parents drive past the school to wave goodbye to their teachers, who had to conduct classes from afar after schools were closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The event gave them and students a chance to see each other one last time. Here, music instructor Eddie Williams and Stacey Brock cheer as the parade passes by. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
North Elementary School in Iron Mountain had an end-of-the-school-year parade Tuesday evening, letting students and parents drive past the school to wave goodbye to their teachers, who had to conduct classes from afar after schools were closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The event gave them and students a chance to see each other one last time. Here, Teachers Dale Powell and Kaye Miziniak participate in the event. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
North Elementary School in Iron Mountain had an end-of-the-school-year parade Tuesday evening, letting students and parents drive past the school to wave goodbye to their teachers, who had to conduct classes from afar after schools were closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The event gave them and students a chance to see each other one last time. Here, Kalli Proudfit waves to her kindergarten teacher, Shannon Rosenthal. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
North Elementary School in Iron Mountain had an end-of-the-school-year parade Tuesday evening, letting students and parents drive past the school to wave goodbye to their teachers, who had to conduct classes from afar after schools were closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The event gave them and students a chance to see each other one last time. Here, staff members Sarah Davis, Dawn Hazelwood and Beth Bray cheer as students ride by. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)

North Elementary School in Iron Mountain had an end-of-the-school-year parade Tuesday evening, letting students and parents drive past the school to wave goodbye to their teachers, who had to conduct classes from afar after schools were closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The event gave them and students a chance to see each other one last time.

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