School District Plans To Hold Mutliple Ceremonies. Attendance Limited.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Students graduating this year from the Palm Beach County School District will have the opportunity take part in an “in-person” graduation ceremony. (News app readers access our full report).
The School District just announced that 32 ceremonies will be held at the Palm Beach County Fair Grounds over several weeks. COVID-19 rules will be in place and will be enforced. Expect mandatory mask wearing, social distancing and more.
It was not immediately clear if pre-event COVID testing will be required.
Students who do not wish to take part in the actual ceremony will still be honored during their school’s event which will be televised on local access cable, as well as available via live streaming online.
The schedule of events is accessible here. The school district is making it clear that a change in the COVID situation could result in a change to the plan, but as of April 22nd, it’s looking good for “live” ceremonies.
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