I was sent to shoot a standalone the other day at an elementary school. While I wasn't too excited, it seemed like a cute assignment.
Children got to make cardboard cars and parade around Salem Elementary with classmates during what was called the "Kindy 500."
The three kindergarten classes made cardboard cars and got to visit various patriotic symbols along the way.
The annual event has been ongoing for the past 10 years, and is what many said to be a great way for teachers to promote patriotism in a hands-on and meaningful way.
I showed up early with hope to get something different than the actual parade. While most of the children were just waiting in line before walking around the school, I ended up liking the the above more than the mini car accident frame I made as they trekked around the halls.