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D60 moves forward with virtual graduation plans

Posted at 6:29 PM, May 07, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-07 21:05:01-04

PUEBLO — Pueblo District 60 schools has begun moving forward for their planned virtual graduation that will take place at the end of month.

The district has worked with local heath departments to plan the virtual graduation.

On Wednesday, students checked in and were given sanitized caps and gowns.

They then walked across a virtual green screen stage before getting their diploma and a photo taken.

"It was nice being in the building again" said Noah Rivera, who is a senior at Pueblo East and will graduate at the end of the month. "It was really cool to see my teachers."

Now the district will edit everything together and prepare a graduation video for online and TV viewing for parents and families.