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MHS Class of 2021 Graduation and Graduation Parade Update
MHS Class of 2021 Graduation and Graduation Parade Update
Kevin Ross
Monday, May 10, 2021

MHS Class of 2021,

Firstly, Congratulations!  You have made it.  It may not look like what you have envisioned, but you have persevered and made it.

On, Friday, May 28th, 7:00 p.m., MHS will celebrate your accomplishments with the Class of 2021 Graduation and Parade.  

Graduation will be held at Bush Field (Weather Permitting).  Each Graduate will be issued 12 tickets for Grandstand or Field Seating (Folding Chairs will be set-up on the Field).  Additional Grandstand Seating will also be allowed for other family or guests based on remaining space available.  General admission for other guests, friends, and public for standing room along the fence and lawn chair seating on the field will be allowed.  No seating is allowed on the track. 

If the forecast is calling for inclement weather or rain for May 28th or if the Football Field is too soft from rain the previous evening, Graduation will be moved inside to McNary Gym.  We will make this announcement no later than Friday morning.   If Graduation is inside, each Graduate will be issued 12 tickets.   With the volume of advance tickets issued, No additional admission will be allowed. 

Tickets will be distributed to students at Graduation Practice on May 28th at 10:00 a.m.  Graduates should report to McNary Gym, and should bring their Cap & Gowns for class pictures.

A Graduation Parade through town will follow Graduation beginning at 8:30.  Parade details are linked below. 

Click Here for Graduation Parade Information

Graduation will be Livestreamed by WMMC.

As always, adjustments may need to be made based on current Co-Vid restrictions.

Thanks for your patience and cooperation, and again Congratulations! 




Kevin Ross & MHS Administration