Graduation etiquette...
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Grand County High School faculty and staff are pleased to invite the Moab community to our graduation ceremony this Thursday, May 31. The ceremonies will begin promptly at 8 p.m.

The ceremony is held on the grass to the north of the main high school building. Please be early to assure you do not miss anything. The parking lots are always packed. We would like to remind you of a few items:

• GCHS is an alcohol- and tobacco-free zone. This includes the trail behind the graduation stage.

• Handicapped/elderly parking is in the faculty parking lots to the east and north of the Technical Sciences and Art Center. If those lots get full, drivers can still drop off their passengers who are handicapped/elderly in those lots and then go park elsewhere.

• We will have a shuttle running from the parking areas to the graduation site for those who have difficulty walking.

• Please keep your children with you and do not let them wander during the ceremony.

  We thank you for your support of the graduating class of 2013 and look forward to another great ceremony.

—Lance LeVar

GCHS associate principal

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