Woodbine School District provides details for alternative graduation ceremony

Woodbine School District provides details for alternative graduation ceremony

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A shot of the final moments of last year's graduation ceremony at the Woodbine High School.

WOODBINE — Woodbine High School seniors are graduating, but a little later in the year than normal.

A graduation parade and ceremony for them will be held Saturday, June 27 starting at 7 p.m.

Here are the parade details:

*Seniors and their families need to arrive in one vehicle heading south on Normal Street at 6:30 p.m.

*Students will wear their caps and gowns. Students can come to the school the week of May 4 and May 11 to pick up these items 

*Parents may decorate the outside of their vehicle to honor their graduate

*Parking will start at the stop sign at Fifth Street and Normal Street and continue north down Normal Street

*Vehicles will be directed in alphabetical order by staff personnel for the parade procession that will be led by the Woodbine Police Department

*The procession will proceed through town. A map of the parade route was enclosed with the e-mail sent to the parents and students

Here are the details for the ceremony and slideshow:

*The ceremony will be at the football field

*Mr. Swenson and Mr. Marshall will read graduates' names and awards received. Parents and graduates will come to the stage.

*Parents will give awards and diploma to their child. And the Valedictorian and Salutatorian will give speeches

*A senior video will be displayed (the reason for having the ceremony at dusk)

*After the slideshow is finished, the graduation will conclude

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