Saturday 28 Mar 2020


Goldsboro H.S. Senior Stroll (PHOTOS)

It’s a walk down memory lane for soon-to-be graduates from Goldsboro High School.

Sporting their caps and gowns, Goldsboro High seniors processed down the halls of Dillard Middle, Carver Heights Elementary and North Drive Elementary schools Thursday morning.

Carver Heights Principal Dr. Patrice Faison says it was an inspirational experience.

Dr. Faison says it is never too early to start inspiring kids and leading them toward education, graduation and college.

Faison says she told Carver Heights students this is where they will be in the years to come.

The Senior Stroll has become an annual event for Goldsboro High School, allowing the graduating class a chance to revisit some of their former alma maters.

3 Comments

  1. James Carter says:

    Congrats, graduates! Speaking of education issues, we might also vote for a new Superintendent of Public Instruction in 2020. I’m interviewing candidates here: https://soundcloud.com/user-849438672

    Reply
  2. Angela Jones Kittrell (Angie Kittrell) says:

    Me and Dave would like to sat congratulations to all the 2019 graduates.

    Reply
  3. Slim says:

    Good luck you graduates I wish you all that best out here in the real world after you graduate. I hope what you learn carry you well in life so you be able to take care of yourself. Also take care of a family. We need you all to come in the real world and make changes for all us. You are our future!! Good luck!!

    Reply

Leave a Comment

GoldsboroDailyNews.com welcomes and encourages all our users to contribute and voice their opinions. We do not discriminate against any political or ideological views. In order to maintain a civil discussion, the following guidelines will be adhered to:

1.Profanity is not allowed. Comments containing anything that is deemed profane may be deleted entirely.
2.Hate speech will not be tolerated. Comments against a person based on their race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, etc. may be deleted entirely.
3.Threats will not be tolerated. Comments threatening harm or violence to a person or persons may be deleted entirely.

Goldsboro Daily News staff reserves the right to approve, edit, or delete any comments as they see fit based upon these guidelines. User-submit views and comments do not necessary reflect the views and opinions of staff and management of GoldsboroDailyNews.com.

TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND LISTENERS;

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation our Business Office and Studios are closed to the general public.  Our staff is committed to keeping you updated on this on-going crisis but we will be working remotely.  Should you need immediate attention, please call 919-736-1150 and press Option 6 to reach an on-call representative.

For complete coverage of the Coronavirus, please listen to any of these Curtis Media Group local stations:

WGBR - 1150 AM & 98.3 FM
WFMC - 730 AM & 105.7 FM
WZKT - 97.7 FM Katie Country
WSSG - 1300 AM & 92.7 FM - 92.7 JAMZ
WWMC - 1010 AM & 92.9 FM