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Graduation Caps and Gowns To-Go

Everyone Adjusting as Community Tries to Move Forward Amidst Pandemic

  • Seniors at La Grange High School picked up their graduation caps and gowns in a drive-through at the school Tuesday, May 5. For most of the students, it was their first visit to campus since spring break, when the school closed for the coronavirus. At the drive-through on Tuesday, teachers and school staff held up motivational signs for the soon-to-be graduates. La Grange ISD has not yet announced plans for a graduation ceremony. Seniors were told to expect a ceremony date in June. Photo by Andy Behlen
    Seniors at La Grange High School picked up their graduation caps and gowns in a drive-through at the school Tuesday, May 5. For most of the students, it was their first visit to campus since spring break, when the school closed for the coronavirus. At the drive-through on Tuesday, teachers and school staff held up motivational signs for the soon-to-be graduates. La Grange ISD has not yet announced plans for a graduation ceremony. Seniors were told to expect a ceremony date in June. Photo by Andy Behlen
Graduation Guidelines Tuesday the Texas Education Agency provided guidelines for graduation ceremonies, an announcement that many local schools had been waiting on before finalizing their events. • Completely virtual graduation ceremonies can be held at any time. • Indoor hybrid ceremonies (students graduating in person individually or in small groups) can take place after May 15 with social…

 

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