Henry County will allow seniors to schedule an appointment to get back into schools to pick up items such as yearbooks, locker items.

Henry opening schools by appointment to let seniors get yearbooks, locker items

Henry County seniors will soon be able to visit their schools to pick up yearbooks or get things out of their lockers. 

Leaders in the south metro district said each high school is working on a plan that will open the buildings by appointment to seniors between May 14 and May 22.

The students can pick up graduation regalia -- including yearbooks -- return school-issued items, pay outstanding fines or dues and retrieve belongings still in lockers.

The move comes as Henry School announced May 22 as the date for a virtual graduation for the Class of 2020 and June 22-26 for in-person graduation.

The virtual graduation will include school-by-school recognition of graduates and a district-wide salute to seniors. The in-person graduations will take place at each high school’s stadium

Senior prom and Class of 2020 activities such as senior picnic, yearbook signing and awards will be held June 15-19. How the proms will be structured with depend on national health guidelines as they exist in June. 

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