Wood County BOE delays graduation ceremonies until late June

Published: Apr. 29, 2020 at 12:04 PM EDT
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It will be a little later than planned, but if there are no setbacks in West Virginia's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, seniors at Wood County's three public high schools will get a chance to participate in graduation ceremonies with their classmates.

The Board of Education decided during a regularly scheduled virtual meeting Tuesday night to delay commencement exercises at Parkersburg South, Parkersburg and Williamstown high schools for a month.

Superintendent William Hosaflook said the ceremonies normally scheduled for late May will now take place on the following dates: Parkersburg South, June 25; Parkersburg High, June 26; and Williamstown High, June 27.

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