A soggy morning didn't keep some Albany students from enjoying their St. Patrick's Day celebrations Monday.
St. Teresa's Catholic School held their annual parade to honor the Patron Saint of Ireland, St. Patrick and all Irish, Catholic people.
Principal Mary Lou Gamachi says it's always a big day for students.
"Dressing up in green, not having to wear their uniforms, they make noise makers. You know, normally in school you have to be quiet and behaved, but today is an exception to that rule. They get to make a lot of noise," said the principal.
This was St. Teresa's 30th annual St. Patrick's Day parade.