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Graduation Saturday at Pawnee City and Johnson-Brock

(KLZA)--The 2020 seniors at Johnson-Brock and Pawnee  City Schools will be honored Saturday.  

The Johnson-Brock graduation will be Saturday in the school gymnasium beginning at 2:30 p.m.

To help with social distancing a card collection bag for each graduate will be located in the commons. 

There will be limited seating and those attending are encouraged to wear a mask. Seniors will be allowed six assigned seats on the gymnasium floor

The Pawnee City graduation will begin at 2:00 p.m. in the High School gymnasium.  

Seating space will be limited.  Spectators will enter through the north or south gymnasium doors. Bleachers may only be filled up to 50 percent of capacity with rows spaced at six-feet between groups of guests.  Attendants will help direct the guests.  

At the conclusion of the ceremony  graduates will escort their family members from the gym floor and proceed to their vehicles to avoid any gatherings or crowds on school grounds.
Those seated  in the bleachers will be dismissed by rows after the graduates and families have left they gym.

Face coverings for all those attending is highly recommended.  

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