As you may know, an Alternative to Traditional Graduation task force was created by Superintendent Schultz.  This task force conducted surveys, sought student-voice, consulted the OC Health Department, and received guidance from KDE and Gov. Beshear.  From this, a hybrid graduation proposal was presented to the OC Board on Thursday, May 13th and was officially approved. 

Thursday evening, the Oldham County Board of Education officially communicated that plan to you; therefore NOHS will host a hybrid graduation ceremony on our campus.  Based on this approved plan, you will have the opportunity to walk in your cap and gown for your family at a specific time.  This experience will be recorded and edited together into a full traditional graduation ceremony video for future viewing.  We know that this year will look different, but we are excited to offer you a unique Graduation experience. 

 

Schedule:

  • Tuesday, May 26th: 10am-8pm

    • Approximately Seniors with last names A-R

 

  • Wednesday, May 27th: 9am-noon

    • Approximately Seniors with last names S-Z

 

Overview:

  • You will receive a specific time slot for your alphabet, a group #, and a position # within that group. 

    • This info will be in your Senior Packet you pick up on Friday, May 22nd!

  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your time slot in your Cap & Gown.

    • All graduates from 1 household are limited to 6 guests.

    • All graduates from 2 households (blended/split families) are limited to 10 guests.

  • Graduates and Families are required to be in masks/face coverings during this process (masks will be provided if needed).

  • You and your family will be cued into the auditorium by NOHS staff.

  • Your parents and family will be allowed to watch you walk across the stage from a designated area as traditional graduation information is read aloud.

  • Once you leave the auditorium, a professional photographer will take your picture in cap and gown (graduates may remove mask/face covering for this photo).





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