Columbia Falls graduation plans set
Class President Taylor Jarrett gets a laugh from the crowd as she makes a speech during graduation in this file photo.
Editor | May 13, 2020 7:43 AM
Columbia Falls High School will recognize graduates this year with a ceremony at the football fields. Due to coronavirus concerns, each graduate will get tickets for six family members.
Each family will be assigned a section, principal Scott Gaiser told the School District 6 board Monday night.
There will also be a big screen projection so people can see the ceremony and it will be broadcast on KOFI Radio as well as Facebook Live.
Graduation is June 6.
There will be audio and visual recordings of the band and choir.
“I think we have our bases covered,” Gaiser told the board.
They also have a backup plan if the weather is really bad — such as thunderstorms or heavy rain.
Graduation will then have three sessions in the gym and grads can have four visitors.
“Hopefully that will not take place,” Gaiser said.