‘We’re All In This Together’ – Lyndonville school makes video for students

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 5 April 2020 at 6:12 pm

A picture of many Lyndonville students is near the beginning of a new video put together by the school district.

LYNDONVILLE – The school district has created a 6 ½ minute video with many teachers and staff holding messages, telling students they are missed. (Click here to see it.)

Lyndonville was planning a parade by vehicle last Thursday, with teachers and staff passing by students’ residences. But that parade was nixed because the district didn’t want to encourage any kind of social gathering during the coronavirus pandemic. Lyndonville students have now been out of school for three weeks, trying to keep up with school work at home.

Lyndonville instead created a video with messages from teachers, staff and school administrators. The video plays to the song, “We’re All In This Together” from High School Musical.

Myles Kifner, an elementary music teacher at Lyndonville, urges his students to practice with their instruments while they are home with schools closed.

Julia Robinson, one of the Lyndonville teachers, joined in the message brigade for Lyndonville students.

Dr. Elissa Smith, the elementary school principal, lets students know they are missed “a whole lot.”

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