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Students receive caps and gowns during epic road trip

Trinity High School Principal Steven Gadecki, Vice Principal Patrick Smith and Director of Admissions Denise Brewitt embarked on an epic road trip, starting on Monday, to deliver a congratulatory sign, cap and gown and any earned tassel, cord or stole to every senior in the graduating 2020 class.

Gadecki (red suit,) Smith (in the Steve Harrington/’Stranger Things’ Scoops Ahoy costume,) and Brewitt started their journey on Monday, traveling – on a Trinity bus – as far as Rindge, N.H. as they criss-crossed the state.

When the mission is complete, the trio will have gone 460 miles over 14 hours of travel time. The school’s administrator’s were sure to remain socially distant – no hugs or high-fives, sadly – and wore protective masks.

The congratulatory caravan arrived on Pasture Drive, in Manchester, (where three seniors live,) around 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday. The arrivals were livestreamed on Facebook live:

Posted by Trinity High School, Manchester, NH on Wednesday, May 20, 2020

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