No motorcade, but Medina teachers send love to students in 12-minute video

These kindergarten teachers let students know they are missed in the classroom.

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 3 April 2020 at 12:51 pm

MEDINA – The Medina school district was planning a Mustang Motorcade today, to let students know they are missed. But the district decided against it, not wanting to encourage a crowd of kids and their families to gather.

So the district instead did a virtual parade, with more than 100 teachers and staff sending in photos for a 12-minute video. Many of the teachers and staff are wearing Medina Mustang shirts or crazy outfits.

The district encouraged students to “Stay happy, Stay healthy, Stay strong!”

Click here to see the video.

Jeanette Sheliga, a Medina middle school band teacher, urges students to keep practicing with their instrument.

Trisha Stacey, a music teacher at Oak Orchard Elementary School, dresses up in a zany outfit for the video montage.

Todd Eick, an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor, promotes school spirit.

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