Veterans’ Day is tomorrow, and teachers in schools across Connecticut have been recognizing the contributions of military veterans with their students.
Celebrated on November 11 to mark the signing of the armistice that ended World War I, Veterans’ Day honors all American veterans for their service and sacrifice for their country.
Schools recognize Veteran’s Day in a variety of ways from assemblies, concerts, and artwork to honoring veterans and learning from them. Check out what some schools have been up to below.
Fourth graders get our collaborative flags ready to display for our #VeteransDay breakfast!#cpmrocks pic.twitter.com/9ZNzIlf4Ng
— Jessica K. (@RockWriteRead) November 9, 2022
So privileged to honor our Rock Hill Veterans today! @vece31 @JHollowayRH pic.twitter.com/r1Mfq0K9S0
— Rock Hill Elementary School (@rockhill910) November 9, 2022
We are off to a great start honoring our veterans! @nmps_supt pic.twitter.com/FaJefKNrBB
— Sarah Noble School (@SNIS_CT) November 10, 2022
So proud of my former student, U.S. Marine-Guy Scarcella. Thank you for protecting our country 🇺🇸# VeteransDay pic.twitter.com/uKpTkSDJqz
— Mrs. Montemurro (@MrsMontemurro) November 10, 2022
We were honored to have so many veterans visiting HPS today. Thank you for your service. 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/kNBYFondko
— HPS_CT (@HPS_CT) November 10, 2022
Celebrating our Veterans! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/7ra7h03520
— Miss Da Ros (@MissDaRos135) November 10, 2022
Thank you, veterans! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/9muCNbEZM1
— Mrs. Holland (@mrshollandSNIS) November 10, 2022