Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many seniors in the class of 2020 face the reality that they will not be able to have a graduation ceremony this year. Skyline High School has acknowledged that plans for a possible ceremony may still take place in July, depending on recommendations from the CDC in the coming months. The school has begun plans for a virtual graduation ceremony and will be distributing caps, gowns and diplomas to students. In order to appreciate the hard work of all the seniors, the school’s booster club has funded signs that families of seniors can put in their front yard, to show their pride for their students. The posters were distributed at the school and can now be found outside homes across the Sammamish Area.
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