BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Some Baltimore area students got a fun surprise Friday — the Ravens caravan was at school to celebrate Purple Friday ahead of the team’s first regular-season matchup against the Dolphins.

WJZ was there when the caravan showed up at Glendale Elementary School Friday morning.

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Students were treated to show with the Ravens Marching Band and cheerleaders.

“It was really exciting because all of the cheerleaders and the band just came in and made music,” one student said.

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The Purple Caravan also showed up at Hilltop Elementary.

“I just had a teacher come up and say this was the best event in 21 years at Hilltop,” Principal Kelly Thomas said.

Now, everyone is ready for the Ravens’ first game against the Miami Dolphins.

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Also we want to see how you’re celebrating Purple Friday — share your photos with us using #BeOnWJZ.

Stetson Miller