HOBOKEN, NJ- The 2020 school year has been one of uncertainty across the country. For seniors, the seemingly endless wait to graduate has been made even more agonizing by the impact of COVID-19. Here in Hoboken, the wait is longer—but the end is finally in sight.
On Wednesday, July 8th at 6:00 PM at JFK Stadium, Hoboken High School will be graduating 87 seniors from the Class of 2020.
"All parameters set forth by the Governor are being followed including social distancing guidelines," said Hoboken Schools Superintendent Dr. Christine Johnson. "The graduation will only be open to those invited to ensure that seats can be separated appropriately. Each student has received two tickets for family members. If it rains, we will move everything by one day."
The Middle School Moving Up Ceremony will be held on Thursday, July 9th at 6:00 PM at JFK Stadium. The Hoboken Public School District will also be hosting Hoboken Charter's High School Graduation and Mustard Seed's Moving Up Ceremony at JFK Stadium as well.
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