The Class of 2020 may have started the tradition last year, but the Class of 2021 has made it their mission to continue the idea of a two-towns car parade to kick off graduation mindset for all residents in Manchester and Essex.
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The Class of 2020 didn’t expect to celebrate their graduation from their cars. When they finally did, they didn’t expect it to be as fun as a traditional graduation. On June 5, Manchester Essex High School seniors and their families pulled up to the high school in cars decorated with green and white streamers, washable paint, and balloons. Seniors poked out of sunroofs and hung out windows, the green sleeves of their gowns flowing in the breeze.
Next Friday, June 5, was supposed to be day the Manchester-Essex Class of 2020 was to walk, to graduate properly with gowns and hats and valedictorians and selected teacher speeches and diplomas and cheering and launching into summer vacation (for seniors only) and into post high school life.