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Bobby Dieringer

Senior Demi Dieringer displays one of the yard signs that were passed out to the class of 2020.

Due to the Coronavirus, the class of 2020 has to graduate differently than how they normally do. Most of the class joked about how they have to graduate over a zoom call at the start of quarantine. But after all their joking, it looks like they won’t be having their graduation ceremony.

To start, every senior received a free yard sign that showed they are in the class of 2020 at the Pewaukee High School to show some sort of way of honoring them. Another new change that was made was how now the class of 2020 had to take their own graduation pictures in their cap and gown. The pictures will be posted on Pewaukee High School social media.

There is still a chance of a ceremony planned for July 31st but the Pewaukee administration is playing it by ear making sure they are the right guidelines with Governor Tony Evers.

The class of 2020 received a survey with three options on how they want to give safe interactions while recognition to all the seniors graduating.

Pewaukee High School had to take a different path from normal but will still get those graduations in.

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