WHAT IS THE PLAN FOR GRADUATION?

SLC ceremony at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, May 24; PHS at 2 p.m.; combined parade around town to follow

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Map courtesy of PCSD1

The graduation parade route begins at letter "A" and will proceed to letter "G."

Here’s a quick reference guide from the PHS and SLC administration to this weekend’s graduation festivities:

  • Shoshone Learning Center graduation ceremony: 12:30 p.m., Sunday, May 24 (PHS parking lot)
  • Powell High School graduation ceremony: 2 p.m., Sunday, May 24 (PHS parking lot)
  • Students who have checked out should have received their caps and gowns and parking passes at the end of Thursday’s practice.
  • Each graduate should have received a parking pass at practice and will need to park in their assigned spot for the graduation ceremony.
  • SLC grads need to arrive to the parking lot by noon for graduation on Sunday.
  • PHS grads need to arrive to the parking lot by 1:30 p.m. for graduation on Sunday.
  • Please plan to attend the ceremony in a regular-sized passenger vehicle; no oversize vehicles will permitted.
  • Graduates should wear their caps and gowns and wear good walking shoes.
  • The building will not be open, so please use the restroom prior to coming to the ceremony.
  • The ceremony will be broadcast on 1260 AM (KPOW).
  • Will allow two people to walk to the stage with each graduate.
    • No more than two people may come to the stage with the graduate.
    • The escorts will walk to the front of the stage while the graduate walks across the stage to receive his/her diploma.
  • After the ceremony, vehicles will be dismissed to enter the parade.
    • Parade route: Panther BLVD to Coulter, Coulter to Clark, Clark to 4th, 4th to Bent, Bent to Coulter, Coulter to Rd 10 (Fremont Motors)
    • Vehicles will need to drive in the right lane
    • Administrators urge all in the parade to go slow and be safe.
  • Senior Bash: American Dream Drive-In, 8:30 p.m.

 

Posted by Park County School District #1 on Thursday, May 21, 2020