EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Relatives can't make it to the East Brunswick High School Class of 2017 graduation? Undergrads want to see what the graduation is like? Families abroad? No worries. They will all be able to see the ceremony broadcast live tomorrow online, with a little help from the EB Public Schools.
For the first time ever, the high school graduation will be live-streamed from the Sun Bank National Center in Trenton from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the East Brunswick Schools home page here. It will also be linked on TAPinto East Brunswick.
The district's technology team, lead by District Multimedia Technician/JMPAC Lead Technician John McMenamin, has worked cooperatively with the Jumbotron company that projects images throughout the graduation in the arena.
"This will be our first time around," says McMenamin, who is hopeful for success. "We are opening this up to all the people who cannot attend the ceremony."
The graduation will also be presented on the district's Youtube channel.
Following the live stream, the ceremony will be dropped from both sites. After editing and production, the graduation ceremony will be available through EBTV, which is sending a team to cover the event:
East Brunswick High School Class of 2017 Commencement DVDs and Blu-Rays
Preorder your DVD copy of the 2017 EBHS Commencement Video for just $25 each, $30 Blu-Ray, including shipping & handling.
Orders after July 1st are $30 each DVD, $35 per Blu-Ray.
For every copy ordered, $2 benefits the East Brunswick Education Foundation.