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Long Weekend, Promotion, Grad, and Next Year
Long Weekend, Promotion, Grad, and Next Year
David MacLeod
Friday, May 22, 2020

Dear Warner Parents,

Here is an important message.  Due to the long weekend, lunch drop-off will occur on Tuesday at 12:30 pm at our regular spots.

Students keep working on your packets, all work is due Monday June 8th at 3 pm.  No later

Promotions and Graduations will be occurring on Wednesday June 10th at the football field.  (please be in the parking lot at least 10 mins prior)

  • Preschool Promotion will occur at 2 pm

  • 6th Grade Promotion will occur at 3 pm

  • 8th Grade promotion will occur at 4 pm

  • 12th Grade Graduation will occur at 5 pm

These are the guidelines that have been given out by the county health office.  

  • Only immediate household family per car.  

  • Extended family can attend the ceremony but they need to be in their own car.

  • There will be no restrooms or concession stands at the ceremony

  • Only the student will be allowed out of their vehicle

  • We will video the ceremony and have it online a day later for those who could not make the ceremony or as a keepsake.

  • We will also have a photographer to take every students’ pictures during the ceremony

The ceremony will work as follows, the students’ cars will line up from the track back into the parking lot, then followed by guests’ vehicles.  The cars will enter the track and make laps around the track following the lead vehicle.  The lead car will pull up to the stage.  The student (and only the student) will exit the vehicle and walk down the carpet to stand on the stage.  The teacher will give a speech over the PA system about the student.  The student will collect his/her diploma and/or gift bad, pose for pictures and walk back to the car.  The parade will pull up and the next student will go.  When finished all cars will complete another lap while honking in celebration.  

Now I would like to talk about the 2020-21 school year.  There many government agencies are producing guidelines and rules about what schooling will look like in the upcoming school year.  These agencies are getting this information out to be proactive, however they are not talking to school officials who know what can and can not reasonably happen.  The staff at Warner Unified knows our students and our community best and are working hard to provide the best educational options to face the upcoming uncertainty.  Warner Unified is looking at all options and will develop a plan in the coming months.  We also will be having community meetings for parent input.  I look forward to hearing from all of you.  

Again if you ever have questions or concerns please email me.  

Thank you and have a great long weekend

David MacLeod

Superintendent

david.macleod@warnerusd.net