IRHS back entrance sign dedication this Thursday

DAGSBORO – Indian River High School alumni and administrators may want to circle this Thursday evening for a special event.

The Indian River High School Alumni Association will dedicate a second new road sign for the school’s student entrance on Clayton Avenue.

This signage, featuring Indian River High School’s Indian logo in school colors, was made possible by community support and a donation from J.B. Rogers and family in memory of his wife, Valerie Rogers, a 1978 Indian River graduate.

The Aug. 3 dedication ceremony is scheduled for 7 p.m.

The IRHSAA also facilitated the school’s main electronic/digital sign on Armory Road in Dagsboro.

Previously, IRHS had no road signs to identify the new school, which opened in fall of 2005.

The sign and back entrance are located just north of John M. Clayton Elementary on Clayton Avenue.

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