CARL RUSSO PHOTOS: It was an official and unique way to end a four-year high school career.
For the approximately 350 students making up Londonderry High’s Class of 2020, it was also one final journey around a beloved high school building to say goodbye to teachers, administrators and staff.
Londonderry’s senior class got a big sendoff Tuesday afternoon, June 2, with a car parade. As the final bell of the day rang — at 2:14 p.m. — the parade began with a long line of seniors in decorated cars snaking through the school campus on Mammoth Road to be greeted and heralded by favorite teachers.
Teachers and staff decorated their own cars and parked along the parade route, giving big cheers to the passing students, many standing up in cars safely and peering out the vehicles’ moon roofs to wave.
Londonderry Town Manager Kevin Smith, also the longtime “voice” of Lancer Nation, did his own personal commentary as seniors passed by in their cars, wishing them well and good luck once they leave Londonderry High. 6/02/2020
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