• Can I decorate my cap?
        • Nope.
      • I got two tassels. Which one do I wear?
        • Whichever you want
      • What do I need to know about graduation practice?
        • Practice is May 20th from 8:00 am-12:30 pm at the Event Center
        • Practice is absolutely mandatory. You may not participate in the graduation ceremony unless you attend the entire graduation practice
        • No food allowed at graduation practice
        • Honors cords will be distributed during graduation practice
      • What should I wear to graduation practice?
        • Normal, school-appropriate clothes. No cap or gown needed.
      • When I come to the Graduation ceremony, what do I wear?
        • Wear your cap, gown, and tassle
          • Note: The pointy part of your hat goes in the front all the way down on your forehead. The square part of the hat should be flat.
          • Your tassel goes on the RIGHT side of your face
          • Do NOT decorate your hat
        • Wear your school-given honor cords
          • You may wear any and all cords, medals, sashes, etc. given to you by the school
          • You may only wear ONE personal item (like a lei)
        • Wear nice clothing
          • Your gowns still show your lower leg and feet. Wear nice clothing and footwear. Most students will opt for "Sunday Best" attire, including dresses or slacks, collared shirts, ties, etc.
          • Note that the floor is very uneven, and you may be required to climb bleachers. Avoid shoes that are difficult to walk in
        • Wear a mask
          • Masks should cover both your nose and mouth
      • Who can attend the graduation ceremony?
        • You will be given free tickets to distribute. Anyone with a ticket can attend.
      • What do I need to know about the graduation ceremony?
        • All graduates must be lined up in cap and gown by 4:30 p.m.
          • We will practice this line up during graduation practice
        • Guests may bring cameras and take pictures/videos. No blow horns, signs, or balloons allowed
        • Graduation ceremony will include:
          • March of the graduates
          • Short speeches from district and school admin and student representatives
          • Announcement of the graduates
            • When you walk across the stage, you will pick up your empty diploma cover. Actual diplomas will be handed out immediately following the graduation ceremony
          • Exit of the graduates
        • Once the ceremony is over, you will have time to take pictures in your cap and gown with guests. After pictures, you will pick up your diploma at the Event Center
      • What health safety precautions will be in place?
        • All graduates will be required to wear masks
        • All guests will be required to wear masks
        • Guest numbers will be limited
      • What do I need to know about my cap and gown?
        • If you haven't yet, please order your cap and gown through Jostens directly
        • Caps and gowns will be distributed during both lunches at the start of May.
        • Your gown will be very, very wrinkly. Take it out of the bag and steam clean it
        • For 2021, you will keep your gown.
        • The cap is yours to keep. NO decoration or alteration of the cap allowed
      • When will I get my yearbook?
        • Traditionally, senior yearbooks have been distributed at graduation practice on May 20th. We are still finalizing if this is the case.
        • Once students have graduated, they are no longer allowed on WHS campus. Please plan to get yearbooks signed elsewhere