A worthy send off

  • Allan Parachini / The Garden Island

    Students at Kilauea Elementary celebrated the end of the 2020 school year, and sixth-grade graduation, with a convoy through the property at Kilauea School.

  • Allan Parachini / The Garden Island

    Students at Kilauea Elementary celebrated the end of the 2020 school year, and sixth-grade graduation, with a convoy through the property at Kilauea School.

  • Allan Parachini / The Garden Island

    Students at Kilauea Elementary celebrated the end of the 2020 school year, and sixth-grade graduation, with a convoy through the property at Kilauea School.

  • Allan Parachini / The Garden Island

    Students at Kilauea Elementary celebrated the end of the school year, and sixth-grade graduation, with a convoy through the property at Kilauea School.

  • Allan Parachini / The Garden Island

    Students at Kilauea Elementary celebrated the end of the 2020 school year, and sixth-grade graduation, with a convoy through the property at Kilauea School.

  • Allan Parachini / The Garden Island

    Students at Kilauea Elementary celebrated the end of the 2020 school year, and sixth-grade graduation, with a convoy through the property at Kilauea School.

  • Allan Parachini / The Garden Island

    Students at Kilauea Elementary celebrated the end of the 2020 school year, and sixth-grade graduation, with a convoy through the property at Kilauea School.

KILAUEA — As Kauai Class of 2020 high school graduates celebrated commencement around the island on Friday, families at Kilauea School, which educates children through sixth grade, decided to convoy through school property and celebrate the end of the year.

About 60 students, who started out as three sections in kindergarten, were each given a diploma as the caravan paraded twice through school property, cheered on by family, friends and fellow Kilauea residents.

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