ASH celebrates together and apart

Two boys wave from a car window

The people who work at Albany School of Humanities (ASH) really miss their students and families, and bumper-to-bumper traffic at the school’s reverse parade on Thursday indicated that the feeling is entirely mutual.

Despite face masks and social distancing, there was plenty of togetherness: ASH staff greeted students and families with cheers and applause, and students and families in their cars returned the love.

The parking lot at ASH couldn’t hold everyone, so the parade took place in the roomier lot at Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School (where ASH sixth-graders will head in September).

Visit the district's Facebook page to see more photos of the parade.

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