TULSA, Okla. — Union Public Schools announced the high school will host an in-person graduation for the Class of 2021 in May, with a virtual option as well.
Officials said they are also offering a virtual graduation option for people who prefer to watch the ceremony from home or want to share it with extended family.
The in-person graduation requires students to be placed at specific times, which is determined by their last names. Therefore, the in-person graduation will take place at three different times, 10 a.m., 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., on Thursday, May 27th.
The virtual ceremony is schedule for Saturday, May 22nd. The start time is unknown at this time.
“We want to ensure that Union’s Class of 2021 has every opportunity to celebrate with friends and family in the way they feel most comfortable,” said Superintendent Dr. Kirt Hartzler. “Having three commencement ceremonies will allow us to safely spread out and invite family members, while keeping the celebration at home in the UMAC. We will continue to offer the Virtual Graduation for those who prefer that option.”
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