Cougars celebrate seniors


By Maya Fankulewski

Farewell/ Coronado staff hold senior sunset farewell drive-by parade for Class of 2020. The parade will take place on Friday, May 1.

Staff at Coronado High School are hosting a parade for seniors on Friday, May 1. The event was approved by Region, and CCSD police will monitor campus to keep the parade running smoothly. To show appreciation to the seniors, there are yard signs and decorations along the route. 

In front of the school, the seniors will drive through a parade loop while teachers and staff show support and cheer for the seniors. All traffic should remain on the street. The event will start at 7:27 p.m. and end at 8:20 p.m., or 20:20 in military time to honor the senior’s graduation year. 

The parade will include: signs, lights, cheering, honking and special recognition for spring sports. Students and family members are expected to stay in their cars while participating in the parade loop. Check back for more updates.

Here is the parade route and other helpful information.


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Maya Fankulewski, junior, is a second year writer for “The Roar.” She enjoys writing features and opinion pieces. In her free time, she hangs out with her friends, practices the piano and volunteers in the community. In addition, Maya enjoys traveling and trying new things. She hopes to pursue a career that involves journalism.