GHS Class of 2020 Graduation events announced


GRAFTON—Grafton High School Prinicpal Lori Shumaker has made the following announcement in regards to Senior Class activities:
As we move forward in these unprecedented times, Grafton High School, the central office administration, Taylor County Board of Education, parents, community members and student government are working together to organize activities for the Class of 2020.
Currently Scheduled activities are as follows.
•Senior Car Picnic and Parade – May 16
•Honor Graduate Recognition by the Grafton Rotary and GHS Administration – June 6
•Graduation – June 27 at 10:00 am (Rain Date June 29 at 8:00 pm)
All activities will be held outside and are weather dependent. The exact details of activities will be finalized closer to the date based on the current restrictions in place by the State of WV.
Every date that is announced must meet the following conditions before it can occur:
1. Governor Justice will have to have lifted the “stay at home” directive.
2. The most recent guidance of the Taylor County Health Department and CDC must be maintained for each event as planned.
If you have not done so, please complete the Senior Bio Form distributed last week in LiveGrades. This information will be used to create a digital presentation.
More details will be released in the future as we continue to plan for celebrating the Class of 2020.
As we move forward in these unprecedented times, Grafton High School, the central office administration, Taylor County Board of Education, parents, community members and student government are working together to organize activities for the Class of 2020.
Currently Scheduled activities are as follows.
•Senior Car Picnic and Parade – May 16
•Honor Graduate Recognition by the Grafton Rotary and GHS Administration – June 6
•Graduation – June 27 at 10:00 am (Rain Date June 29 at 8:00 pm)
All activities will be held outside and are weather dependent. The exact details of activities will be finalized closer to the date based on the current restrictions in place by the State of WV.
Every date that is announced must meet the following conditions before it can occur:
1. Governor Justice will have to have lifted the “stay at home” directive.
2. The most recent guidance of the Taylor County Health Department and CDC must be maintained for each event as planned.
If you have not done so, please complete the Senior Bio Form distributed last week in LiveGrades. This information will be used to create a digital presentation.
More details will be released in the future as we continue to plan for celebrating the Class of 2020.

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