Starting this evening, the Black Horse Pike Regional School District is honoring graduates of it’s three schools with parades through the sending districts that make up the regional school district.
A parade will start at Highland Regional High School today, Monday, June 22 starting at 6:30 p.m., with the parade route totaling more than eight miles in length. A parade for Timber Creek Regional High School students will take place Tuesday, starting at the same time at Timber Creek, with a total parade route length of approximately ten miles. Triton will be the final school to receive a parade, going throughout the area Wednesday, June 24.
The parade routes are taking place in coordination and compliance with the police departments of the three sending districts for the regional school district.