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    kj.beachparade.0613 - Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal | of | Share this photo

    Staffers wave back to Joshua Riddle, 7, during year-end celebration Thursday at Laura E. Richards School in Gardiner. The pre-Kindergarten to second grade school has 255 students.

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    Principal Karen Moody waves at a family driving by Thursday during Laura E. Richards School's drive-through reverse parade in Gardiner. Moody said that this beach-themed goodbye was the first time staff and students had all been together since classroom instruction was forced to stop by the coronavirus pandemic back in March.

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    George Henderson, 5, waves at teachers through open van doors Thursday during a year-end celebration reverse parade at Laura E. Richards School on Brunswick Avenue in Gardiner. School staffers lined up waving signs and blowing bubbles in front of pre-Kindergarten to second graders as families drove past between 9 and 11 a.m. The school is named for Gardiner resident Laura E. Richards, a Pulitzer Prize winning writer who died in 1943.

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