This family in Okemos has made it an annual ritual to welcome their kids home on the last day of school by putting on a SPECTACULAR driveway performance. It's a big celebration to kick off summer break and of course, it's usually held in June. However, we all know that this year because of COVID-19, everything is different. Since Governor Whitmer announced on Thursday that she was suspending face-to-face learning for all K-12 schools in Michigan for the remainder of the school year, they decided that they would still hold their end of the school year extravaganza but this year it would be in April.  (Even though classes will still be held online for the remainder of the school year.) Here are some fun photos from the big event and there's even a video, too.

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