by: Jessica Albers
Since March of 2020, our school parents have had to make countless sacrifices and adjustments to their 'normal' routines. From remote learning to being asked to stay off campus....it has been rough. They have had to let go of those traditional milestones and memories that go along with their children growing up through school age years. Policies and procedures became less of 'business as usual' and more of a constant stream of new information, new ways of doing things and new expectations.
Through it all, they have stood by the staff at Salem Lutheran school providing support, patience with a community-wide dedication to keeping our doors open for 'one more day'. We knew that we couldn't go into Thanksgiving Break without acknowledging all that our parents have done to get us to this point in the school year. Our students and staff hosted a Parent Parade through our campus. We began across the street with coffee (hosted by our official coffee crew at Hebrew's Coffee)
Over 150 vehicles attended, once again demonstrating how special the community is at Salem Lutheran School. We are truly in this together and we are so thankful.