BROKEN ARROW, Okla. — Schools across Green Country are finding ways to celebrate the end of the school year and honor the students.
With so many students from different neighborhoods, teachers aren't always able to parade through the town. So, Thursday evening, eighth grade students at All Saints Catholic School in Broken Arrow took the parade to the teachers to celebrate their 8th grade graduation.
The school says many of the 42 graduating students began their education at All Saints in pre-K. The principal says congratulating the students and sending them off was important to the teachers.
At the end of the parade, each student received a Bible with their name on it.
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