Despite complaints and misunderstandings, new graduation system will honor the best and brightest.
By James Neihof
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: April 20, 3:02 am)
Seniors at both high schools are in the final stretch before receiving their diplomas. Excitement is high this year, too, because of some changes that will honor more students – at home.
Both commencement exercises will take place in the individual school gyms with overflow seating with a live broadcast in the school theaters. This arrangement is made possible because of the reduced number in the graduating class because of the two high schools.
The celebrations can now occur at home, rather than at the Frankfort convention center.
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