Jasmin Morse, Veritas Editor-in-Chief and Web Editor
On May 29, with graduation two days away, the Class of 2019 marched through the halls of their Rockland past. After a breakfast and yearbook signing in the RHS cafeteria, members of the class put on their caps and gowns and journeyed through the halls of Rockland’s elementary schools, Memorial Park, R. Stewart Esten, and Jefferson, and the Rogers Middle School.
The purpose of the now annual procession is to inspire the younger children in the community to strive for academic success, and also to let the seniors reminisce in the halls of their youth while also visiting some of the teachers that helped shape their education.
All in all, it was a great day for in the Bulldog community! The teachers were able to send their best wishes to the graduates. The elementary and middle school students were able to go back to class inspired by their elders. And of course, the Class of 2019 got to walk away solidifying the memories of their past and friendships with their classmates.
Below is a photo gallery of the seniors at each of their elementary schools.
Below is a gallery of the walk throughs at the schools.