CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools announced its recommendation for graduation ceremonies for the class of 2020 Tuesday night, with the district offering a plan that would combine an in-person graduation in the fall with a drive-through celebration after the school year.
Superintendent Earnest Winston said the district's poll of students showed the most popular option being a virtual graduation, mailing out diplomas to seniors and an in-person celebration later this year. Winston said the district is creating a fourth option to satisfy students and their families.
That plan will include an in-person ceremony later in the year along with a drive-through celebration. Winston said the in-person graduations will be organized by each school and held in the fall. Dates and locations will be determined later.
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