The virtual ceremonies will go live online starting at 1 p.m. on Sunday, June 14. Each virtual ceremony will include recorded messages from the superintendent and other district officials, as well as audio of each student’s name as their personalized slide is displayed.
Virtual graduations will allow students to celebrate their milestones with family and friends while protecting their health and safety. They also provide the opportunity for graduates’ guests to remotely view the graduation on multiple locations. The virtual celebrations may also be shared on Facebook and other social media platforms.