Several local universities are planning to hold graduation ceremony within the next few weeks under the state guidelines, which came into force on 19 July.
Schools were forbidden to take in the face, graduation prior to that date because of the epidemic of the coronavirus. If you did rituals, they should be almost or in “extremely limited” circumstances, such as car shows, in accordance with the guidelines.
Since 19 July, the ceremony can be conducted outside under certain standards. They should be held in “open space” that can accommodate social distancing and “airflow,” the guidelines say. Tents or other enclosed spaces is not allowed.
Families must register in advance to participate and everyone should wear masks.
Here’s a look at the ceremony, scheduled local school:
Hamilton Wenham Regional UniversitySaturday, July 25, at 10 a.m. at the Playground behind the school, 775 Bay road, South Hamilton.
Places are limited to two seats in the required family and tickets. Every person who plans to attend needs to sign a waiver saying they are not diagnosed shown any symptoms or been exposed to any infectious disease during the past 30 days and the waiver of its right to sue.
High School DanversOn Saturday, Aug. 1, at 8:30 a.m. on field Jay Allison Morse at stadium Dr. Deering, 60 Cabot road, Danvers.
Each graduate can bring two guests, and advance registration is required. Graduates and their guests will sit on the pitch the following principles of social distancing and will be at least 6 feet from each other. Those who are not feeling well should not attend, and those who fit the Centers for disease control and prevention criteria for participation in the risk group are also encouraged to attend.
The Danvers community access television will broadcast the event live on Comcast channel 8 and Verizon channel 37, and will be streaming online.
After the speech members of the Danvers high chorus and orchestra, and Megan Moriarty, class of 2020, will sing the national anthem. Staff class presentations looking back on the past four years, and the top three students will also give remarks.
Essex North shore agricultural and technical schoolOn Saturday, Aug. 1, at 9 a.m. at the school stadium, 565 maple St., Danvers.
Each graduate and two guests will sit together on the field. The ceremony will officially recognize the achievements of all retirees.
School Veterans Memorial PeabodyOn Saturday, Aug. 1, at 9 a.m., in the field, Coley Lee, 485 Lowell St., Peabody.
Graduates and their guests will spread and socially distanced through the football field. Stands will be reserved for honored guests, faculty and staff, who will also be seated separately from each other.
Peabody TV will broadcast the graduation live. Five graduates of the speeches will give abbreviated versions of them. Their full statements will be recorded on Peabody TV and the senior movie Night.
Masconomet Regional SchoolOn Saturday, Aug. 1, at 9 a.m. at the football field of the school, 20 Endicott road, Boxford.
Graduates have the right two people and they must accompany the graduate in one vehicle.
Guests should bring their own chairs, food and water at school. The deck chairs should be placed 6 feet from each other on the football field. A graduate of the field will be separated with cautionary tape. The ceremony will be held rain or Shine, so graduates and guests are advised to bring umbrellas.
Diploma cases will be placed on the seats of the graduates. Each graduate will have their name read by officers. When their name is read, graduates up from your seat, to be recognized and cheered, and then return to his place – said in school.
Beverly High SchoolOn Sunday, Aug. 2, at 4 p.m. in the stadium heard, 105 Essex St., Beverly.
Beverly calls the event “senior celebration,” because he already had prom on June 7 when the students arrived in groups in high school to get their diplomas on the stage under the open sky.
The event at the stadium, the herd will have graduates crossing the stage, performing at student leaders, and tossing of caps, according to the school. Students will be allowed to have two people each.
School officials said that the event depends on the leadership of the Governor’s office at the time of the and approval by the mayor of the city of Beverly.
High School Salem it is planned to hold a personal end Friday, Aug. 7, a change from the originally scheduled date of Nov. 28. Major Samantha Meyer could not be reached for additional information.
Staff writer Paul Leighton can be reached at 978-338-2535 or [email protected]. Staff writer Ethan Forman contributed to this story.