WFHS drive-by senior parade, Aug. 17

FROM WSJSTAFF REPORTS

Wake Forest High School is having a Senior Class Parade on Monday, Aug. 17. The parade honors 2020-21 seniors. 

Cars can be decorated, but only one car per senior is allowed. 

Participants must follow these instructions:

• Line up begins at 9:45 a.m., Please be on time. The parade will begin at 10 a.m.

• Enter the parade line by the following route:

• Turning right on North College Street

• Take a left on West Juniper Avenue

• Take a left onto Rock Springs Road

• Take a right onto Stadium Drive 

• Take a right into the front parking lot. 

• Once inside the parking lot please slowly proceed through the three stations:

• Station 1: Receive your car number 

• Station 2: At the front of the school, stop and let your car decorations be judged  Winners will receive a prize. 

• Station 3: Get a sweet treat.

• You will exit the parking lot by taking a right only onto Stadium Drive.

You may not exit your car at any time and please maintain your social distance.

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