"Despite high school memories, like prom and spring sports, lost to the coronavirus pandemic, Franklin High School Principal Paul Peri said the district is planning what could be one of its most memorable high school graduations.Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
On Tuesday night during a Franklin School Committee virtual meeting, Peri, joined by Senior Class President Danny Harrington and Vice President Chorrkin Chin, outlined the school’s plan for a graduation parade tentatively scheduled for June 5 in place of its usual ceremony, which is held every year in the high school gymnasium.
“Over the course of the last few weeks, we have been meeting quite a bit with various groups and we are trying to pull together a graduation ceremony like never seen before in Franklin, and I think that the class advisors and officers have done an absolutely incredible job of really working with all the different parties involved,” said Peri.
Three possible routes have been mapped out, with students starting at the middle schools they attended in town, and the top 10% of the class and class officers starting at the high school."
Franklin Matters notes from the School Committee meeting on Tuesday can be found here
The full presentation document was shared by Principal Paul Peri.
Three photos of the virtual presentation on the FHS graduation are shown below.
additional photos from the meeting can be found
|route on the FHS campus to get to the diploma distributions points shown in red|
|example from Milton HS on how they set up for diploma distribution|
|sample pictures gathered as part of the FHS planning for graduation|
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