FAIR LAWN, NJ - School officials are waiting for guidance from state officials on in-person graduations, as of last night's Board of Education meeting, and continue to move forward with a virtual graduation at this moment.
Superintendent Nick Norcia announced grades 4, 5 and 8, as well as Fair Lawn High School’s Class of 2020, will be holding virtual moving up and graduation ceremonies.
"The district is waiting for further instruction from the NJ Department of Education and Governor Murphy on details for an in-person graduation ceremony for seniors," Norcia said at the virtual BOE meeting on May 27.
On May 26, Gov. Phil Murphy announced that in-person graduation ceremonies could be held after July 6, as long as the ceremonies comply with social distancing.
Neighboring Glen Rock announced it will hold a virtual (June 18) and an in-person graduation on July 30.