Wagoner High School is holding graduation ceremony on Saturday at the school's performing arts center.
Graduates will be divided up into four groups to follow CDC guidelines. Before the ceremony, each group will go on a parade through town with a police escort. Each graduate's family is limited to two cars, and 10 people total.
At the PAC, graduates and their families will be directed where to go for the ceremony. Find more information about which group your child is in, and a link to the map of the parade route HERE
The class of 2020 at Charles Page High School in Sand Springs will have a virtual graduation at 7 p.m on Saturday on the Sand Springs Public Schools website. On the last day of school Friday, May 22nd a last day of school parade will take place in the parking lot at 1 p.m. The band, cheer, and dance teams will perform while practicing physical distancing. An in-person graduation is scheduled for Saturday, June 27th at 7:30 P-M at the Mabee Center at Oral Roberts University.
Kellyville High School is hosting a drive-thru graduation parade through town at 1 p.m on Saturday. Seniors are asked line-up at the high school parking lot. The route starts on Maple Drive and will continue down Buffalo Drive all the way down to Main Street. Local authorities and Kelllyville schools encourage everyone to practice physical distancing.
They also are encouraging everyone to make signs and support the class of 20-20.