By Eduardo Andrade, Editor-in-Chief
The class of 2021 will have in-person graduations in Broward County, superintendent Robert Runcie announced in tweet on Feb. 24.
“We are planning to have live in-person graduations that will be somewhat modified,” Runcie said. “What the modifications will entail will depend on the size of the venues we can secure and the other things we can work out logistically.”
Whether or not guests will be allowed to attend is unknown at the moment and new details will be announced with time.
It is unclear how many seniors will choose to participate in the ceremony, as the risk of contracting COVID-19 is still everpresent. Only 45 out of 279 seniors signed up for in-person learning for the second semester, and even fewer have actually shown up.
Posted: March 3