The class of 2020 is getting a much-deserved celebration.
Following up on the promise of a virtual, city-wide graduation, the New York City Department of Education just revealed plans for a digital ceremony via Twitter.
🎓 Join us on June 30 to celebrate the end of a school year and honor the resilient, inspiring #NYCclassof2020—with student spotlights, musical performances, and special guest speakers—including @Lin_Manuel, @pitbull, @nickkroll, @andy, and more! 🎓 pic.twitter.com/irkUxdnfQY— NYC Public Schools (@NYCSchools) June 23, 2020
On June 30 at 7pm, seniors are able to take a bow and sit in for student spotlights, musical performances and a slew of awesome guests, including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Pitbull, Nick Kroll, Andy Cohen and more. Oh, and did we mention JLo and AROD are the keynote speakers? Talk about a sendoff!
Although Governor Cuomo has approved outdoor graduation ceremonies in New York state, tight restrictions and a cap at 150 guests would make things difficult for many schools. This digital experience will unite all of the city senior's who are ready to take their next steps into their academic career.
To learn more about the virtual program visit NYCClassof2020.com. The livestream will take place on the website the day of the event.
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