Ceremony begins at the 1:19:20 mark

  • Graduation Packet Pick-Up

    1-4 p.m., Wednesday, June 24
    Security Window found at the front of FHS (to the right of the main doors), students will need to pick up the necessary items for graduation.
    • Students will be given a packet of the following needed documents:
      • 2020 Graduation Participation Form: It is mandatory that students and parents fill out and sign the 2020 Graduation Participation form. This participation form holds all the health guidelines and requirements for the ceremony. It also holds a medical survey that will need to be completed in the days leading up to the ceremony.

      • Keepsake programs for family members: We are not allowed and/or able to hand out any type of item(s) at graduation. Each student will be given 5 programs in total. Four will be picked up on the 24th, so families may have them ahead of time, and one will be awaiting the student at the ceremony. 

      • Graduation Information Sheet: This handout will consist of all details necessary for graduation such as parking, overall attendance, check-in procedures for students, and a timeline for our event.

      • 6 Admission Tickets for those who will be attending in person. 
  • Graduation Ceremony Information 

    Hello Seniors and Senior Families!

    We greatly appreciate your understanding and cooperation in the information put forth. The rules and regulations outlining our event are set by and in partnership with the CDC, El Paso County
    Health Department, and District 49

    If you have any questions or concerns regarding our ceremony or the planning/preparatory information given, please reach out to Miss Pearce (apearce@d49.org) and Mr. McCluan (mmcluan@d49.org).

    Quick FYIs

    Caps will be allowed to be decorated as in previous years.

    However, there are strict rules that will be followed. Caps will be checked upon arrival to graduation. If a cap is deemed inappropriate or outside the guidelines and cannot be edited quickly for the ceremony, the student will be given a blank cap for the ceremony. The rules for cap decor are below:

    • Any words and images put on your cap must be school appropriate.
    • NO profanity or vulgar language, no crude images, and absolutely no
      drug/alcohol/weapon/gang-related paraphernalia. 
    • Items added on your cap cannot protrude any higher than an inch from the top
      of your cap and nothing can hang down from the edges of your cap.

    Per the UC Health Park and Vibes personnel, high heels will NOT be allowed.
    It has been requested that flats or wedges be worn in lieu of any style with a thin heel. Our event will be held on their grass/dirt field and they do not want any type of style that may sink into the ground as both are a possible hazard to students as well as damaging to their field.

    Please plan and dress accordingly.
    Correct and Recommended Attire: ‘Sunday Best’ or ‘Business Casual’ would be preferred as this is a formal ceremony and outfits will be dress code appropriate. Again, NO high heels.

    For our ceremony, students will be allowed 6 ticketed attendees to share in person
    the celebration of this momentous occasion.

    Remaining family members will be able to view our ceremony via a Live-Stream put out by the district. This live-stream will also be made into a downloadable recording and readily available for everyone in the days following our event. 
    The live-stream can be viewed at the following link:
    https://youtu.be/goBwiVKMdiU

    Day-of Requirements and Information

    Student Arrival and Check-in:

    Below you will find arrival times, expectations, and a quick overview leading up to start time.

    Due to the parameters put in place for our ceremony, students will be arriving in waves to adhere to social distancing expectations.  

    • Check-in, 7:30- 8:45 a.m.: Students will arrive during their given time
      frame based on their last name. Decorated caps will be checked at this
      time as well as the enforcement of NO high heels. 
    • 7:30-7:45 a.m.- Last Names A-E: The first wave of students for
      arrival and check-in. 
    • 7:50- 8:05 a.m.- Last Names F-L: Second wave of students.
    • 8:10- 8:25 a.m.- Last Names M-S: Third wave of students.
    • 8:30-8:45 a.m.- Last Names T-Z: Last wave of students. 
    • 8:45 a.m.: All students in seats (no more bathroom breaks/all students
      should be present) and a small demonstration of gradation progression
      (walking across the stage) will be given. 
    • 8:57 a.m.: Begin recording of “Pomp & Circumstance” and have students
      be cheered for by all attendees.
    • 9:00 a.m- 10:00 a.m.: Graduation.

    Mask Requirements for students AND attendees: Masks will be required within the
    following parameters.

    • Student participants will be required to wear masks upon arrival, through check-in, and during the escort to their assigned seat. 
      • Once the student is SEATED, they will be able to remove their mask. 
      • However, any movement before the ceremony will require the mask to be put back on. 
    • During the ceremony, as students approach and cross the stage, the mask will not be required so pictures may be taken and their face can be seen for
      the live-stream video of our ceremony. 
    • Upon exit from our ceremony, the mask will need to be put back on.
    • Attending audience participants will be required to wear masks upon arrival, through the concourse, and to their chosen seats.
      • Once the audience participants are SEATED within their family groupings, masks can be removed. 
      • However, any type of movement before, during, or after the ceremony, masks will need to be put back on.

    Arrival Times of Guests: Graduation attendees are to arrive during the same window as the student they are supporting and celebrating.

    Please see the time listed below outlined for student check-in. The seating chart of our event will be shared with the entry of the stadium so families may choose what they feel are the best seats in relation to their students if they so wish. However, please don’t forget students will be shown on the jumbotron as they walk across the stage, so every family will have the opportunity to witness their student’s success.

    Seating: For the attendees present at the graduation ceremony, social distancing must be practiced. Families who arrive together MUST sit together. Combining households will
    not be permitted for the safety and health of the individuals. Different family groups will be asked to leave seats/small sections empty to adhere to social distancing. As a reminder, masks
    can be taken off once seated within these parameters. 

    Parking: Parking for the event will be located at UC Health Park. Please see the included map in reference to the identifiers below.

    • A: Teacher/Staff parking lot
    • B: Parent/Family Parking 
    • C: Student Parking/Parent Overflow Parking
    • D: Student Drop Off
    • E: Student Check-In
    • F (in Yellow): Student/Staff Entrance
    • G (in Yellow): Parent/Family Entrance  

    Once the ceremony has ended, both students and families must exit the stadium as well as the entirety of the UC Health Park property immediately.

    Any type of socializing such as celebratory pictures among peers/families cannot be taken on site after the ceremony. This will be enforced by both Vibes personnel and FHS Staff. 

    Dates to Remember
    Monday, June 29th- From 1-4 p.m. at the Security Window found at the front of the school (to the right of the main doors), students can pick up their diplomas and official
    transcripts. Only the student and/or their parents may pick-up these documents.

     

Falcon High School Class of 2020 Announcements

  • Class of 2020 Calendar and Details

    All questions and concerns in regard to the Class of 2020 can be directed to

     Miss Pearce at apearce@d49.org or Mr. McCluan at mmccluan@d49.org.

    For yearbook questions, please contact Mr. Stump at nstump@d49.org.

    Questions regarding Herff Jones orders can be directed to Herff Jones themselves:

    (719) 573-1234 or bacashdollar@herffjones.com.

     

    • Update to Cap & Gown Purchases: Cap and gown purchases have a finite due date of March 13th so that a timely delivery for April 10th is guaranteed. If this due date is missed, parents/students will have to contact Herff Jones directly for orders to ensure timely delivery (expedited charges may apply). Please know now that students who do not have cap/gown (either not purchased or forgotten at home) will not be able to participate in the graduation ceremony.
    • Point of Clarification in regards to Graduation and Cap/Gowns: Cap and gown bundles are the minimum requirement for seniors and Herff Jones purchases. If a student or family does not wish to purchase a cap/gown package because they are using and/or borrowing one from our previous graduating class, that is more than okay. However, with the Class of 2019, Falcon High School did move to an all-inclusive gown design. The new gown is a deep green with gold cuffs as well as the Falcon High School emblem embroidered on the left chest. If the gown wanting to be borrowed is NOT this design, a new one will need to be purchased.

     

    • Update to Senior Breakfast Ticket Sales: Due to the number of closures and EDays FHS has had in the recent weeks, ticket sales have been extended until Friday, Aril 3rd. However, the cut off for lottery entry will still be March 13th. Families who have been entered into the lottery will be unaffected by this extension.
    • Senior Breakfast Ticket Sales: Senior Breakfast tickets are now on sale at the Finance window in the front office with Mrs. Apodaca. Physical tickets for the event should be picked up with Miss Pearce in H211 no later than Thursday, April 9th!
    • Senior Breakfast tickets will be sold until April 3rd. No one will be sold a ticket after this date.
      • The ticket price will be $30 for students and $35 each for up to two guests- $100 total for the max party of three.
        • The guest limit is final unless we do no reach our max capacity. This is not our rule; it is building capacity and fire code.
        • Any student/parent/guardian who wishes to bring more than the two-allotted people may be entered in a lottery for up to two additional tickets if there are any extra tickets to be sold bringing the max total of your party to five. Winners will be drawn and announced March 30th. The winners of the lottery will be contacted and payment for the ticket(s) ($35 each) will be expected no later than April 3rd. Tickets not paid for will be forfeited.
          • If you are interested in putting your name in the ticket lottery once the original tickets are purchased, please contact Miss Pearce at apearce@d49.org before March 13th. Once the school has been released for Spring Break, names will not be entered into the lottery.

     

     

    March 11th: Herff Jones will be on campus to deliver purchased announcements and invitations. If you or your student purchased announcements/invitations, please make sure your student is present on campus next Wednesday for pick-up. An ID will be needed for verification purposes. Remember, cap and gowns will not be received until Senior Breakfast, but all other products (hoodies, rings, etc.) will be delivered upon order completion. 

    March 13th- Senior Take Over Day! Have a favorite teacher? Have a favorite staff member? Take over and be a Falcon Staff/Faculty member for a day! Forms for participation are now available with Miss Pearce (H211) and Mr. McCluan (J201).

    • Please know now that the front office, administrative team, and the counseling office will not be available for this day. They are the heart of our school and only they can keep it alive!
    • There will be a “Twin Contest!” Students who are able to dress, capture, and emulate the style of their Take Over teacher will win a fun prize! Start planning out that signature look and be a “Mini Me” to remember!

    April 3rd- Senior Sunset, 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.! Come kick off the graduation season with the social hour of the quarter. Senior Sunset will be a 50s Diner theme so bust out your best poodle skirts and greaser jackets. This is a completely free event to the seniors of 2020 only and IDs will be required for entry. Dinner will be provided in the form of a “Build Your Own Burger and Fries.” A slew of toppings ranging from every day burger toppings to chili, and even green chili, will be available. Get your fill of chili cheese fries or poutine fries or just plain, old normal fries! Finish it all off with a Root Beer float or your best created ice cream sundae! This event will happen rain or shine, so mark it on your calendars!

     

     

    April 10th- Senior Breakfast will be held at the Antlers Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs. Tickets will be required upon entry.

    • Senior Breakfast tickets are now on sale at the Finance window in the front office with Mrs. Apodaca.
    • The ticket price will be $30 for students and $35 each for up to two guests- $100 total for the max party of three.
      • The guest limit is final unless we do no reach our max capacity. This is not our rule; it is building capacity and fire code.
      • Any student/parent/guardian who wishes to bring more than the two-allotted people may be entered in a lottery for up to two additional tickets if there are any extra tickets to be sold bringing the max total of your party to five. Winners will be drawn and announced March 30th. The winners of the lottery will be contacted and payment for the ticket(s) ($35 each) will be expected no later than April 3rd. Tickets not paid for will be forfeited.
        • If you are interested in putting your name in the ticket lottery once the original tickets are purchased, please contact Miss Pearce at apearce@d49.org before March 13th. Once the school has been released for Spring Break, names will not be entered into the lottery.
      • Doors open at 8 a.m. Please know you will not be permitted in any earlier and this includes receiving the cap/gown and photos. 8 a.m. is start time. If you arrive early, you will be asked to wait in the lobby of the hotel.
      • The event will begin promptly at 9 a.m. and conclude at 11 a.m.
      • Cap and Gown Pickup will be available with Herff Jones & Cap/Gown Pictures will be available for purchase with Life Touch both before (until 9 a.m.) and after the event (until 11:30 a.m.). These booths will not be open during the duration of our event.
      • This event will be ‘open’ or ‘free’ seating. First come, first served. If you wish to sit with another family, please ensure that everyone is present at the same time. Saving seats or moving chairs will not be allowed.
        • IMPORTANT! If your party arrives late, it is possible that you will be separated amongst the remaining seats.
      • Correct and Recommended Attire: ‘Sunday Best’ or ‘Business Casual’ would be preferred as this is a formal ceremony and outfits will be dress code appropriate.
      • Students who purchase event tickets will be excused from classes for the day and will not be permitted to return to campus unless otherwise approved by administration.

    April 18th- Prom. Please contact jkutsner@d49.org if you have any questions.

    May 22nd- Required Graduation Practice.

    • 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. in the FHS Auditorium.

    May 23rd- Graduation for the Class of 2020 at the Broadmoor World Arena of I-25 and Lake Ave.

    • Graduation begins at 5 p.m., doors will open at 4 p.m.
    • Students will be required to show no later than 4:15 p.m.
      • Enter through the Club Entrance by Gate A on the west side of the arena. Proceed downstairs and you will find everyone.
      • Correct and Recommended Attire: ‘Sunday Best’ or ‘Business Casual’ would be preferred as this is a formal ceremony and outfits will be dress code appropriate.
    • Families and guests can show when the doors open at 4 p.m.
      • Seats are not reserved (other than handicap accessible seating, of course) and it is first come, first served. Per the Broadmoor World Arena, there will be no saving seats once the ceremony has started. Please ensure your whole party is present before seating.
      • The World Arena strongly enforces the ban of selfie-sticks and noise-makers. If seen or used, they can and will be confiscated and returned upon your exit. Large/oversized bags will also not be permitted into the arena so please plan accordingly.
    • Please know now that students who do not have cap/gown (either not purchased or forgotten at home) will not be able to participate in the graduation ceremony.

     


     

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  • Class of 2020 Calendar and Details

    All questions and concerns in regard to the Class of 2020 can be directed to

     Miss Pearce at apearce@d49.org or Mr. McCluan at mmccluan@d49.org.

    For yearbook questions, please contact Mr. Stump at nstump@d49.org.

    Questions regarding Herff Jones orders can be directed to Herff Jones themselves:

    (719) 573-1234 or bacashdollar@herffjones.com.

     

    Herff Jones Orders: Orders placed at this time will be susceptible to a longer manufacturing process because of the volume of orders received beforehand and may not arrive with enough time to either use or distribute product efficiently. Remember, cap and gowns will not be received by students until Senior Breakfast, but all other products (hoodies, rings, invitations, etc.) will be delivered upon order completion.

    February 11th- Herff Jones will be on campus for deliveries and last minute orders during both lunches (10:44-11:24 a.m., 12:22-1:02 p.m.). If you have any questions pertaining to your order status, please contact Herff Jones directly with the contact information provided above.

    March 13th- Senior Take Over Day! Have a favorite teacher? Have a favorite staff member? Take over and be a Falcon Staff/Faculty member for a day! Forms for participation are now available with Miss Pearce (H211) and Mr. McCluan (J201).

    • Please know now that the front office, administrative team, and the counseling office will not be available for this day. They are the heart of our school and only they can keep it alive!
    • There will be a “Twin Contest!” Students who are able to dress, capture, and emulate the style of their Take Over teacher will win a fun prize! Start planning out that signature look and be a “Mini Me” to remember!

    April 3rd- Senior Sunset, 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.! Come kick off the graduation season with the social hour of the quarter. Senior Sunset will be a 50s Diner theme so bust out your best poodle skirts and greaser jackets. This is a completely free event to the seniors of 2020 only and IDs will be required for entry. Dinner will be provided in the form of a “Build Your Own Burger and Fries.” A slew of toppings ranging from everyday burger toppings to chili, and even green chili, will be available. Get your fill of chili cheese fries or poutine fries or just plain, old normal fries! Finish it all off with a Root Beer float or your best-created ice cream sundae! This event will happen rain or shine, so mark it on your calendars!

    April 10th- Senior Breakfast will be held at the Antlers Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs. Tickets will be required upon entry.

    • Senior Breakfast tickets are now on sale at the Finance window in the front office with Mrs. Apodaca.
    • Senior Breakfast tickets will be sold Feb 3rd- March 13th. NO ONE will be sold Senior Breakfast tickets after Spring Break.
      • The ticket price will be $30 for students and $35 each for up to two guests- $100 total for the max party of three.
        • The guest limit is final unless we do no reach our max capacity. This is not our rule; it is building capacity and fire code.
        • Any student/parent/guardian who wishes to bring more than the two-allotted people may be entered in a lottery for up to two additional tickets IF there are any extra tickets to be sold bringing the max total of your party to five. Winners will be drawn and announced March 30th. The winners of the lottery will be contacted and payment for the ticket(s) ($35 each) will be expected no later than April 3rd. Tickets not paid for will be forfeited.
          • If you are interested in putting your name in the ticket lottery once the original tickets are purchased, please contact Miss Pearce at apearce@d49.org before March 13th. Once the school has been released for Spring Break, no more names will be entered into the lottery.
        • Doors open at 8 a.m. Please know you will NOT be permitted in any earlier than this and this includes receiving the cap/gown. 8 a.m. is start time. If you arrive early, you will be asked to wait in the lobby of the hotel.
        • The event will begin promptly at 9 a.m. and conclude at 11 a.m.
        • Cap and Gown Pickup will be available with Herff Jones & Cap/Gown Pictures will be available for purchase with Life Touch both before (until 9 a.m.) and after the event (until 11:30 a.m.). These booths will not be open during the duration of our event.
        • This event will be ‘open’ or ‘free’ seating. First come, first served. If you wish to sit with another family, please ensure that EVERYONE is present at the same time. Saving seats or moving chairs WILL NOT be allowed.
          • IMPORTANT! If your party arrives late, it is possible that you will be separated amongst the remaining seats.
        • Correct and Recommended Attire: ‘Sunday Best’ or ‘Business Casual’ would be preferred as this is a formal ceremony and outfits will be dress code appropriate.
        • Students who purchase event tickets will be excused from classes for the day and will not be permitted to return to campus unless otherwise approved by administration.

    April 18th- Prom. Please contact jkutsner@d49.org if you have any questions.

    May 22nd- REQUIRED Graduation Practice.

    • 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. in the FHS Auditorium.

    May 23rd- Graduation for the Class of 2020 at the Broadmoor World Arena of I-25 and Lake Ave.

    • Graduation begins at 5 p.m., doors will open at 4 p.m.
    • Students will be required to show no later than 4:15 p.m.
      • Enter through the Club Entrance by Gate A on the west side of the arena. Proceed downstairs and you will find everyone.
      • Correct and Recommended Attire: ‘Sunday Best’ or ‘Business Casual’ would be preferred as this is a formal ceremony and outfits will be dress code appropriate.
    • Families and guests can show when the doors open at 4 p.m.
      • Seats are not reserved (other than handicap accessible seating, of course) and it is first-come, first served. Per the Broadmoor World Arena, there will be NO SAVING SEATS. Please ensure your whole party is present before seating.
      • The World Arena strongly enforces the ban of selfie-sticks and noise-makers. If seen or used, they can and will be confiscated and returned upon your exit.
    • Please know now that students who do not have cap/gown (either not purchased or forgotten at home) will not be able to participate in the graduation ceremony. 

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Class of 2020 Calendar and Details

    All questions and concerns in regard to the Class of 2020 can be directed to

     Miss Pearce at apearce@d49.org or Mr. McCluan at mmccluan@d49.org.

    For yearbook questions, please contact Mr. Stump at nstump@d49.org.

    Questions regarding Herff Jones orders can be directed to

    Herff Jones themselves at (719) 573-1234.

     

    Herff Jones Orders: Orders placed at this time will be susceptible to a longer manufacturing process because of the volume of orders received beforehand and may not arrive with enough time to either use or distribute product efficiently. Remember, cap and gowns will not be received by students until Senior Breakfast, but all other products (hoodies, rings, invitations, etc.) will be delivered upon order completion.

    March 13th- Senior Take Over Day! Have a favorite teacher? Have a favorite staff member? Take over and be a Falcon Staff/Faculty member for a day!

    • Please know now that the front office, administrative team, and the counseling office will not be available for this day. They are the heart of our school and only they can keep it alive!
    • There will be a “Twin Contest!” Students who are able to dress, capture, and emulate the style of their Take Over teacher will win a fun prize! Start planning out that signature look and be a “Mini Me” to remember!

    April 3rd- Senior Sunset, 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.! Come kick off the graduation season with the social hour of the quarter. Senior Sunset will be a 50s Diner theme so bust out your best poodle skirts and greaser jackets. This is a completely free event to the seniors of 2020 only and IDs will be required for entry. Dinner will be provided in the form of a “Build Your Own Burger and Fries.” A slew of toppings ranging from every day burger toppings to chili, and even green chili, will be available. Get your fill of chili cheese fries or poutine fries or just plain, old normal fries! Finish it all off with a Root Beer float or your best created ice cream sundae! This event will happen rain or shine, so mark it on your calendars!

    April 10th- Senior Breakfast will be held at the Antlers Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs. Tickets will be required upon entry.

    • Senior Breakfast tickets go on sale Monday, Feb 3rd at the Finance window in the front office with Mrs. Apodaca.
    • Senior Breakfast tickets will be sold Feb 3rd- March 13th. NO ONE will be sold Senior Breakfast tickets after Spring Break.
      • The ticket price will be $30 for students and $35 each for up to two guests- $100 total for the max party of three.
        • The guest limit is final unless we do no reach our max capacity. This is not our rule; it is building capacity and fire code.
        • Any student/parent/guardian who wishes to bring more than the two-allotted people may be entered in a lottery for up to two additional tickets IF there are any extra tickets to be sold bringing the max total of your party to five. Winners will be drawn and announced March 30th. The winners of the lottery will be contacted and payment for the ticket(s) ($35 each) will be expected no later than April 3rd. Tickets not paid for will be forfeited.
          • If you are interested in putting your name in the ticket lottery once the original tickets are purchased, please contact Miss Pearce at apearce@d49.org before March 13th. Once the school has been released for Spring Break, no more names will be entered into the lottery.
        • Doors open at 8 a.m. Please know you will NOT be permitted in any earlier than this and this includes receiving the cap/gown. 8 a.m. is start time. If you arrive early, you will be asked to wait in the lobby of the hotel.
        • The event will begin promptly at 9 a.m. and conclude at 11 a.m.
        • Cap and Gown Pickup will be available with Herff Jones & Cap/Gown Pictures will be available for purchase with Life Touch both before (until 9 a.m.) and after the event (until 11:30 a.m.). These booths will not be open during the duration of our event.
        • This event will be ‘open’ or ‘free’ seating. First come, first served. If you wish to sit with another family, please ensure that EVERYONE is present at the same time. Saving seats or moving chairs WILL NOT be allowed.
          • IMPORTANT! If your party arrives late, it is possible that you will be separated amongst the remaining seats.
        • Correct and Recommended Attire: ‘Sunday Best’ or ‘Business Casual’ would be preferred as this is a formal ceremony and outfits will be dress code appropriate.
        • Students who purchase event tickets will be excused from classes for the day and will not be permitted to return to campus unless otherwise approved by administration.

    April 18th- Prom. Please contact jkutsner@d49.org if you have any questions.

     

    May 22nd- REQUIRED Graduation Practice.

    • 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. in the FHS Auditorium.

    May 23rd- Graduation for the Class of 2020 at the Broadmoor World Arena of I-25 and Lake Ave.

    • Graduation begins at 5 p.m., doors will open at 4 p.m.
    • Students will be required to show no later than 4:15 p.m.
      • Enter through the Club Entrance by Gate A on the west side of the arena. Proceed downstairs and you will find everyone.
      • Correct and Recommended Attire: ‘Sunday Best’ or ‘Business Casual’ would be preferred as this is a formal ceremony and outfits will be dress code appropriate.
    • Families and guests can show when the doors open at 4 p.m.
      • Seats are not reserved (other than handicap accessible seating, of course) and it is first come, first served. Per the Broadmoor World Arena, there will be NO SAVING SEATS. Please ensure your whole party is present before seating.
      • The World Arena strongly enforces the ban of selfie-sticks and noise-makers. If seen or used, they can and will be confiscated and returned upon your exit.
    • Please know now that students who do not have cap/gown (either not purchased or forgotten at home) will not be able to participate in the graduation ceremony.

     


     

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District 49 Class of 2019 Announcements

District 49 Class of 2019 Information

  • Graduation Class of 2019, we hope you keep making your dreams a reality as lifelong learners. You have an opportunity to make a meaningful impact on our world, while showing everyone what District 49 alumni are capable of accomplishing. Your school, zone and district are here help you celebrate your current accomplishments, and your upcoming transition to a college or career. May your graduation from school be the beginning of a bright future for you.
     
     

    Follow district graduation updates at D49.org/2019, or find information by school here: