The Jackson High School Class of 2020 finally held a live graduation on July 24. Of the 214 members of the class, 93 were able to participate in the ceremony, held at Red Devil Hill. The rest had commitments of school, work, or the military. Graduates were required to wear masks during the ceremony, but were allowed to remove them for photos. Masks were recommended, but not required for families. Family groups were asked to socially distance from each other in the stands and the graduates were six feet apart from each other on the field. When they received their diplomas, rather than the traditional handshakes, they gave fist bumps to JHS Principal Will Rustin and Superintendent Dr. Todd Simpson.
For more photos, see Part 1