VIDEO: Teachers at Kelowna middle school shoot video to show support for students

KLO teachers Kayla Rose and Tonia Macgregor were the minds behind the gesture

Teachers at KLO Middle School in Kelowna are letting their students know just how much they are missed and supported during these difficult times.

KLO teachers Kayla Rose and Tonia Macgregor played the lead parts in putting together the video. Rose is a photography teacher and edited the clips, while Macgregor gathered the footage from the teachers featured in the video.

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Daniel Taylor
Reporter, Kelowna Capital News
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