Members of the Plymouth Township Police Department, the Harmonville Fire Company, and the Plymouth Fire Company #1 to surprise students with escort.
The Holy Rosary Regional Catholic School community in Plymouth Meeting (Montgomery County) will celebrate the 8th grade class with a “beep out” replacing the traditional “clap out” this year. This alternate plan was put in place to honor the graduating class while respecting social distancing requirements related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Friday, May 22, 2020
10:00 a.m.-10:45 a.m.
Holy Rosary Regional Catholic School
3040 Walton Road
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 (Montgomery County)
Members of the 8th grade class will gather in their decorated family vehicles at the staging area, which is located down the street from the school at 3031 Walton Road. As a surprise, members of the Plymouth Township Police Department, the Harmonville Fire Company, and the Plymouth Fire Company #1 in addition to other Plymouth Township departments will escort the caravan of cars onto campus.
Holy Rosary Regional Catholic School serves four parishes: Epiphany of Our Lord Church in Plymouth Meeting; Holy Saviour Church in Norristown; Saint Paul Church in East Norriton; and Saint Titus Church in East Norriton. The pastors from the feeder parishes will be present as well as the Holy Rosary Regional Catholic School’s faculty who will be standing outside the school and along the parade route to help salute the students with balloons and posters.
The parade will circle the entire Holy Rosary Regional Catholic School campus twice as the invited school community in their parked cars will show the 8th grade students their love by beeping for them as they pass.
For more information about Holy Rosary Regional Catholic School, please visit holyrosaryregional.com/.