Carson High announces in-person graduation

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 Carson High School’s graduation on June 5 will be an in-person ceremony on its football field beginning at 9 a.m., officials announced Monday morning.
Attendees will be permitted to set on the bleachers and grass areas outside the football area.
High school officials will ask visitors to maintain social distancing guidelines during attendance, according to district officials, and to observe mask and face coverings set forth in set forth in Directive 024 and Section 4 of Directive 028 signed by Gov. Steve Sisolak for schools as a statewide standard.
Carson City School District announced if community health should decline prior to June 5, Carson High School could adapt its plans accordingly.

Pioneer will host an in-person graduation ceremony with a drive-through format on campus at 6 p.m. June 2. A video presentation will be sent to families and a senior dedication ceremony on campus will be announced.
As previously announced, Carson Middle School at 1140 W. King St. will host for the first time a drive-through promotion ceremony for eighth graders at 10 a.m. June 4. Eagle Valley Middle School at 4151 E. Fifth St. also will hold a drive-through promotion ceremony from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 4, holding to its plan from last year. Students at both schools are required to pass all classes, have all necessary credits and make sure they do not owe any outstanding fees to the schools to participate. Staff will conduct a final grade check May 21. Promotion certificates will be mailed with report cards.
If any of the district’s various elementary schools decide to host fifth grade promotions and Pre-K or kindergarten graduations, information will be sent directly to parents and families.


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