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Graduation day finally arrives in St. Vrain Valley School District

In outdoor ceremonies held simultaneously at 9 a.m. at high school fields throughout the district, grads got their diplomas and to the applause of much smaller crowds than those of ceremonies prior to the coronavirus pandemic.
Graduation Day finally arrived on Saturday for St. Vrain Valley School District high school seniors. In outdoor ceremonies held simultaneously at 9 a.m. at high school fields throughout the district, grads got their diplomas and to the applause of much smaller crowds than those of ceremonies prior to the coronavirus pandemic. Graduates were limited to two guests who live in their households, and all graduates, guests and staff were required to wear face coverings when entering and exiting the stadiums, as well as during transitions during the ceremony. All seating was assigned and graduates and guests had to register to attend. The ceremonies also were live-streamed via YouTube. Because of strict caps on how many people could attend, the Leader was unable to photograph the ceremonies at Silver Creek and Skyline, but featured here are photos from today’s ceremony at Longmont High. St. Vrain Valley School District photos from all of the district’s graduations ceremonies, can be viewed here.



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