Lyon County High School seniors were finally able to have commencement today, two full months after leaving their compulsory education behind.
The delay was because of the COVID-19 pandemic. School officials were adamant since the beginning of the pandemic that they wanted to offer graduates the closest thing to a normal ceremony as possible at a time when other school districts offered only virtual and drive-through graduations. The hour-long ceremony in the LCHS gym hosted about 200 people, which included about 50 graduates, a limited number of socially-distanced family members for each and a handful of staff and administrators.
More photos are available on The Herald Ledger's Facebook page and in next week's issue of the newspaper.
Find links to the valedictory, salutatory and principal addresses below.
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