ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Orange County Public Schools announced graduation ceremonies for all of the high schools in the county have been postponed.
The school district said officials will continue to follow Gov. Ron DeSantis announcements for a possible return to school date updates.
The district said the Superintendent, student advisory council, high school principals and student government representatives have discussed different plans.
One option is having smaller ceremonies in school auditoriums or football stadiums.
Dear OCPS Class of 2020 and parents, we know this has been a difficult time of uncertainty for seniors. As a result of the governor’s Safe-at-Home order and schools being closed through at least May 1, graduation ceremonies for all of our high schools have been postponed. (1/5)— ocpsnews (@OCPSnews) April 9, 2020
Another option is having virtual ceremonies.
School officials said final graduation plans will be announced as soon as possible.
The district said school officials believe the ceremonies could be delayed until June or July.