TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — High school seniors in Leon County could potentially walk across the stage to receive their diploma in a second, in-person graduation, according to a message shared Monday by Leon County Superintendent Rocky Hanna.
In a recorded message published to social media Monday evening, Leon County Schools superintendent Rocky Hanna said the district is committed to a second, in-person summer graduation ceremony allowing seniors to walk across the stage if conditions allow.
Hanna also said LCS is asking for students to submit messages via Instagram about their graduation celebrations and post-graduation plans.
Senior Update:— Leon County Schools (@LeonSchools) May 4, 2020
• We are 4 weeks from our first drive-in ceremonies, finish strong.
• We have heard from you and IF THINGS CHANGE we are committed to a SECOND ceremony in the summer to allow you to walk across the stage. This is only if conditions change to allow for it. pic.twitter.com/7piXeCBLfl