Current and retired faculty and staff formed a caravan which included a fire truck and school bus and paraded past the entrance to Feet Calhoun Middle School and High School to honor Dr. Don Johnson on his final before retirement on Tuesday, July 30, 2020.
Johnson served as Fort Calhoun high school and middle school principal for 20 years and superintendant for 10 years.
Family members and well wishers gathered at the school entrance to watch as the parade of 30 or so vehicles of waving faculty and staff passed by.
Marti Leishman, Barb Triplett, Liz Pemberton and Kim Szlachetka are ready to roll to honor retiring superintendent Don Johnson.
Don Johnson laughs while a caravan of vehicles parade past the entrance to Fort Calhoun High School to recognize and thank the retiring superintendant for his years of service.
Retiring Fort Calhoun Superintendent Don Johnson waves to a parade of current and retired school teachers and staff members.
Don Johnson talks with teachers following the parade.
Don Johnson with wife Alice and grand daughter Anna watch the parade of teachers and well wishers on Johnsons final day as Fort Calhoun school superintendent. Johnson served as Fort Calhoun as high school and middle school principal for 20 years and superintendent for 10 years.