Bascomb Elementary School students greet veterans in the halls.
Schools throughout the Cherokee County School District celebrated Veterans Day with special programs and lessons on Friday and today. Activities included breakfasts for veterans invited by their children or grandchildren who attend the hosting school, with guest speakers, musical performances by students and the presentation of colors by students active in Scout troops. Students also made special displays to honor veterans, including those in their families who have passed away and soldiers considered missing in action. #CCSDfam
Mountain Road ES students salute veterans with a musical program.
Knox ES students sing patriotic music for their veterans.
Macedonia ES students thank veterans with a performance of patriotic music.
Veterans are recognized by military branch during the Macedonia ES program.
Mill Creek MS honored veterans with a special program and breakfast.
Boy Scouts from Bascomb ES present the colors at the school's Veterans Day breakfast.
Army Veteran Chris Ford, right, and his wife Joy await their daughter's performance at Little River ES.
Woodstock Police Chief Calvin Moss, Woodstock Mayor Donnie Henriques, Cherokee County Sheriff Frank Reynolds and CCSD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian Hightower stand while students sing The Star Spangled Banner.
Army Veteran Jennifer Burton and her son Jamal enjoy breakfast at Little River ES.
Little River ES student Karissa Ford leads the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance, with music teacher Tony Burdo.