LEXINGTON, S.C. — Many South Carolina teachers and students haven't seen each other for weeks now due to the coronavirus and the Governor McMaster's order to close schools until the end of April. 

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Teachers at Congaree Elementary School were really missing their students 

So, they came up with a plan.

They called it the "Wednesday Wave." 

Congaree Elementary 'Blue Wave' parade
Congaree Elementary teacher Ashley Caulder gets ready to head out in the parade of cars
Congaree Elementary

It was a way the teachers could let the students know how much they were missing them.  

Roughly two dozen cars painted with signs that proclaimed, "We Miss You" and "Congaree Proud" pulled out of the school's parking lot with a South Congaree police car as a guide. The cars then weaved their way through the school's neighborhoods.

Congaree Elementary 'Blue Wave' parade
A family waves from their driveway as the parade of Congaree Elementary educators passes through their neighborhood.
Congaree Elementary

Children and families stood in driveways and on porches and waved right back. Some even made signs for the teachers. 

“We needed this,” Principal Chris Dickey said. “I think this parade was a way to keep us all connected. It shows that even though we’re not in the building, we’re still together.”

Congaree Elementary School 'Blue Wave' parade
Carolyn Lowman, Tori Thackston and Bethany Bastedo get ready to head out from the school.
Congaree Elementary