It wouldn't have been Darien High School's Class of 2020 without even their very last day of celebrations getting a surprise change. Thursday's celebrations, including a morning car parade drive-through and diploma disbursement throughout the day was changed after rain was predicted. Related: Editorial: The Class of 2020 is strong, united, and together today, and every day Instead, on a sunny Friday morning, Darien High seniors, with colorfully decorated cars, posters and their senior t-shirts, all gifts from the Darien High School Parents Association and senior send off committee, road through their beloved campus for the last time. Related: rWATCH: Darien High School's Tudor singers perform 'Gloria in Excelsis' Darien's year end celebrations included the surprise of the t-shirts, another surprise of a lawn sign, and gifts of the car decor at their cap and gown pick up on Tuesday. Another special feature was the Adopt-a-Senior program in which younger students each "adopted" a Darien High senior to celebrate with gifts and cards. See all those photos here. Darien schools hope to possibly hold a graduation celebration later in the summer in person. Editor's note: If you see yourself or someone you know in the photos and you aren't identifed, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.