Starting 5/27/2020 at 6:00 PM
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Please mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 27 at 6pm for a Graduation Parade to recognize and celebrate YOU, the Class of 2020!
Tallmadge High School and the City of Tallmadge are planning a parade that will begin at Tallmadge High School and make its way through the city. Seniors are invited to decorate their cars, wear their cap and gown (more information will be coming to you on how to get this from the school---we have them for you!), and have a family member drive them in this parade around town. Per city request and following social distancing guidelines, only ONE senior may be in each vehicle and must be driven by another family member. Suggestions for decorating your car would include a sign with your name and where you are going next year or what you are doing, blue and gold balloons, streamers, lights, etc.
We are encouraging Tallmadge community members to wear blue and gold, make signs and noisemakers, and cheer YOU on as the parade goes by.
A parade route and more details will be shared as we get closer to the date. We are planning to have the parade go by each school building. Other events and activities are also being planned for the Class of 2020, and we will share those as they are finalized.
Please plan to join the parade line that will form in the student parking lot of Tallmadge High School between 5:45pm and 6pm on May 27th. The parade will leave THS at 6pm. We ask that you stay in your car for the duration of the parade, and please do not congregate after the parade.
That evening, we will also be lighting the stadium lights at 8:20pm and leaving them on for 20 minutes. We are also encouraging community members to light their porches in your honor that evening.