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Virtual 'We Miss You Neighborhood Drive-by' Compiled by Allen Zhang

Although the "We Miss You Neighborhood Drive-By" has been canceled, the Epitaph has put together a "virtual parade" of decorated cars and messages from HHS staff to recognize their hard work and spread their love to students.

Check out messages from your favorite teachers and staff!

"I miss my students and I can’t wait to get back to see all of you in person. The school closure has given each of us different kinds of challenges and so it is more important than ever to take care of yourself and ask for help if you need it (academic or otherwise). Please don’t hesitate to reach out—I am always here if you need me. When we get back, I’ll have tons of candy in individual wrappers that have been sanitized in my desk 😊"-Lisa Clausnitzer, English
"Seniors! You are my pride and joy!"-Mary Lund, College and Career Center
-Christina Graham, English
-Natalie Della-Santina, Science
"It’s been great seeing my World Lit students’ faces on Zoom, but I really miss being in class them all, both current and former students. This situation has made us realize how lucky we are to be in such a loving, supportive community at Homestead!"-Susan Wilson, English
"Homestead students are dino-mite and I miss [you] all dearly. ♡"-Jessica Kirby, Resource
-James Ratti, English
-Leslie Lloyd, Drama
"Stay strong Homestead Mustangs! We are here for you and miss you so much. Stay healthy and strong!"-Wilma Wu, Guidance
-Jeff Morton, Music
-Shawnee Rivera, English
"I miss all of you and am so proud to teach you all. When this is all over, I hope to be able to see you all again as the amazing people you are!”-Rohan Prakash, Math
-Marisa Amezquita, Guidance
-Nancy Navarro, Senior Clerical Assistant
"I just want all my students to know I care about their well being above their grade. To stay safe, use good judgement and be kind. And that I miss them every day."-Gary Yoshida, English

Thank you teachers for your submissions!

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Allen Zhang
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Created with an image by Vincent Ghilione - "untitled image"