CLOVIS (KSMX)- Clovis Municipal Schools has released information on the long awaited day high school seniors look forward to. Last month, administration announced that to honor and celebrate the Class of 2020, Clovis High School will host a virtual commencement ceremony, “on the big-screen,” at three local drive-up venues on June 19th.
Per the press release, to adhere to public health orders, and due to limited parking, the event is being held exclusively for graduates and their immediate family members, is not open to the public, and admission will require a ticket. Seniors and their families will be required to remain in their vehicles at all times and during the ceremony.
This event will be broadcast on large outdoor screens at:
- The Curry County Events Center
- Faith Christian Church
- Red Arrow
Parking will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the ceremony will be broadcast at 8 p.m., Friday, June 19.
The graduation ceremony will also be available on the District’s Facebook page (Clovis Municipal Schools – District Offices) at 8:00 p.m. for grandparents, extended family members, and friends to be able to view.
Information on ticket distribution and detailed instructions for attendance to the event will be sent to seniors and their parents by email in the near future.
“Working within the public health restrictions presented by COVID-19, Clovis High School and Clovis Municipal Schools, with the help of our community partners, are diligently focused on providing a safe, yet memorable celebration of the accomplishments made by our graduating