Zach Jacobs celebrates his graduation

Photo by Sam Smith of the 2018 LHS Graduation © 2018

Loveland, Ohio – High School Principal Peggy Johnson updated the Board of Education at their meeting on April 20 of the plans for the Class of 2021 graduation ceremony. The event will be on May 22 at Xavier University’s Cintas Center beginning at 11 AM.

She said that students will be spaced 3′ apart on the floor, but because of the lack of space, the High School Orchestra or Band will not be able to attend in person. Their music will be pre-recorded at the Tiger gym to be broadcast on two large screens that Cintas recently purchased.

Principal Peggy Johnson shakes a student’s hand during graduation in 2019. This will be Johnson’s last graduation ceremony at LHS as she has announced here retirement. (Loveland Magazine file photo)

Johnson said that it has been a major goal to have an in-person ceremony and recent guidelines will allow that. She said there will be the traditional full processional and recessional.

Each student will be given four tickets and their guests will sit in groups of four, spaced 6′ apart in the spectator stands. Everyone, guests, administration, and graduates will be required to keep masks on. The graduates may remove their mask when their photo is taken while receiving their diploma.

In the video below you can watch Johnson’s presentation.

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