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Amherst elementary school teachers share sweet message to students during coronavirus pandemic

The Powers Elementary PTO posted the sweet image to their Facebook.
Credit: Facebook: Powers Elementary PTO

AMHERST, Ohio — It's been nearly a month since Gov. Mike DeWine ordered the closing of all Ohio schools indefinitely. 

As students work to adjust to a "new normal" using new tools and technology to continue learning; teachers too, are having to adjust to life without seeing their students daily. 

On Saturday, the first grade teachers at Powers Elementary in Amherst used a picture college to send a sweet message to their students. 

" Dear Powers first graders, we miss you all so very very much," the collage read. 

The twelve teachers each took a word in the sentence and decorated it in their own way and then took an individual photo that resulted in the final collage.

The Powers Elementary PTO posted the sweet image to their Facebook.

Credit: Facebook: Powers Elementary PTO

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