One sign read, "6 ft. apart but forever in our heart."

Another read, "I love you. We will get through this together."

These were messages that teachers at Rowland Elementary School sent to their students Wednesday.

Students flocked to the sidewalks in front of their homes to see their teachers parading through their neighborhoods with signs attached to their vehicle as they honked and waved.

The teachers decided to form a procession of cars to drive through the neighborhoods surrounding the school.

Emree Weaver is the Chief Photographer at the Victoria Advocate. She can be reached at (361) 580-6584 or

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Nicole Cornelius

Rowland is such an awesome school. Very neat idea. This was always one of my favorite elementary schools to substitute for. ❤️👍🏻🙏🏻

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