Parade day was a bit soggy this year but we didn’t let that get our spirits down for very long.
The enthusiasm shown by our group far overshadowed the untimely rain drops.
Ms. Payne and Mr. Harris had the right attitude.
Why let a little precipitation rain on our parade?
Mrs. Mathews and the cheerleaders helped keep spirits high with help from Mattie, a Summit alum.
Our middle school teachers knew how to stay in the spirit of things.
The lego theme for this year’s float was a hit with our students as well as parade goers.
And the kids had no problems staying cheerful!
Of course if all else fails, candy never disappoints.
This year’s parade concluded with a visit from the Louisville League of Mascots.
And Mr. Elliott overcame his fear of Frisch’s Big Boy!
Never a dull moment!
We were thrilled to see so many of our families, friends, students, and staff participating in the parade and attending the picnic that followed. It is encouraging to witness the sense of camaraderie and support that exists within our school community.
To Middletown Equipment Rental for the loan of a trailer and to Raymond Storage Concepts for donating pallets for our float.
To Mr. Hobbs for once again pulling our float and Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs for helping decorate it.
To Mr. & Mrs. Lafleur, Mr. Bryant, Mr. Parks, & Mrs. Strong for decorating and driving trucks in the parade.
To Ms. Barber, the Dumke family, and all of the others who helped decorate (and un-decorate) the floats and trucks.
To everyone that participated and showed their support!