Faces on parade

Photos by Scott Taylor
Posted 4/27/20

One teacher had a simple message for her students taped to the side of her car. “I Miss your Face.” It was one of dozens of personal cars belonging to Shaw Heights Middle School teachers as they …

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Faces on parade

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One teacher had a simple message for her students taped to the side of her car.

“I Miss your Face.”

It was one of dozens of personal cars belonging to Shaw Heights Middle School teachers as they drove past their student’s homes and neighborhoods April 20. The teachers were joined by City of Westminster fire trucks and police cars from Westminster and the Adams County Sheriff’s office.

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