VACAVILLE (CBS13) — The pandemic has led to many missed milestones for students and their families, but there’s new hope graduation may go on.
The California Department of Public Health says districts can start making plans for possible in-person graduation ceremonies, as numbers trend in the right direction. The catch is that the ceremonies will likely be outdoors, with limits on who can attend.
“I’m missing out on my senior year,” said Samantha Brown, a Vacaville high school senior. Thanks to COVID, she’s lost nearly a year of activities.
“When it started, I really thought it would be two weeks or a month,” Brown said.
Starting Monday, she’s finally returning to campus and headed back to sports. Her family said things seem to be looking up.
“We’re just packing the whole year into five weeks,” said her mom, Lael Brown.
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