While details of Natick High School’s June 4 graduation ceremony and other year-end activities remain to be seen, one activity that graduating seniors are hoping to pile on will be a car parade featuring up to 400 vehicles.
Natick Public School teachers and staff saluted students and families last May with a modest car parade, but the one that senior class officers have planned would be more elaborate.
Wellesley High held such a parade last spring and it was spectacular—way more fun than a graduation ceremony.
Natick’s proposed Saturday afternoon parade on May 29, which students are coordinating with the backing of NHS Principal Brian Harrigan and the Natick Police Department, goes before the Select Board for consideration this week.
The route that the vehicles would take has yet to be determined, but other rules include that students will not be allowed to drive.