Mustang school spirit showed up in style at the front doors of all Lucerne Valley High School graduating seniors this week.
A team of community members delivered baskets containing items from a wide range of generous donors directly to the graduates’ homes.
“It has been absolutely amazing to see every senior ‘adopted’ by someone to receive individualized graduation baskets,” said Superintendent Peter Livingston, who joined school board vice-president Jessica Risler on a few special deliveries earlier in the week.
“We had more sponsors than we had kids to sponsor,” Risler added. “Every senior received a specialized gift basket with goodies that were particular to each student. Sponsors came from all over the United States other places like Arizona and northern California. All of our students will have their baskets delivered by the end of the week to celebrate our beautiful class of 2020.”
“It is an honor to be part of such an incredible community,” the superintendent said. “Kudos to all involved with making this happen! I am looking forward to seeing all our seniors at our one-of-a-kind graduation ceremony on Friday, May 29th!"
The Lucerne Valley High School Class of 2020 will graduate during a unique drive-up commencement ceremony at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, May 29, according to Principal Nate Lambdin, who made the announcement from his home via video. The ceremony will take place on the school’s Ron Peavy Field while following COVID-19 social distancing safety guidelines provided by the Center for Disease Control and San Bernardino County.
To learn more about the graduation ceremony, view Lambdin’s message HERE.