About 40 graduates, mainly seniors from Rock Bridge High School, celebrated their accomplishments with a drive-through parade on Sunday in the Thornbrook neighborhood. Residents and relatives lined the streets, cheering on the graduates as an announcer read out their future plans.
“Parents are trying to make up for as much as they can,” Rock Bridge graduate Delaney Fuller said.
The parade, which was led by a celebratory police, fire and ambulance escort, wrapped up with a carside photo op and food trucks at the Thornbrook Clubhouse.
Leslie Barner and Lauren Linford pose for a photo during a celebratory parade
Rock Bridge High School math teacher Janet Thompson hands out candy
Stacey Noble and Brad Noble help their daughter exit from an oversized toilet paper roll
Rock Bridge High School graduates participated in a neighborhood parade
Donna Piecko organized the neighborhood graduation parade
Rock Bridge High School graduate Jadyn Lisenby smiles at her friends
Graduates gather on Sunday at the Thornbrook Clubhouse after the drive-through graduation parade
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