Carstarphen cautioned that it will be hot during the summertime ceremonies, so she’s expecting to schedule the events in the morning.
She said the district could hold off on ceremonies until late fall or early winter if it’s still not safe to gather.
“We want to celebrate the class of 2020 because we believe that you are worth the wait for a great graduation ceremony,” she said.
Carstarphen last week gave high school seniors and their families four options on how they could celebrate graduation safely.
Those alternatives included holding one-hour ceremonies at a local drive-in movie theater, where graduates would not be able to leave their cars. She also said the district could possibly postpone ceremonies until the end of summer or early fall and hold them at the stadium, hold them online, or wait until much later in the fall and try to hold them in a more traditional indoor venue.