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Condon High School Class of 2020 Graduation

Condon High School asks that everyone remain inside vehicles throughout the graduation ceremony.

The Condon School District will hold a special graduation ceremony at the Condon High School football field on Friday, May 29th at 5pm.

Guests can enter the parking lot off Highway 19. Reserved parking is available by invitation only for immediate family of graduates; this is located on the south end of the football field. 

Community members interested in attending are welcome to park up above the football field and can enter by coming in through the high school parking lot. The Condon School asks that everyone remain inside vehicles throughout the graduation ceremony.

“We are so happy we get the opportunity to celebrate our High School Seniors even during this challenging time. Thank you in advance for everyone respecting the guidelines we have been given to make this happen! See everyone on the 29th!”

Michelle Geer, Condon School Superintendent

Immediately following graduation there will be a Graduation Noise Lap that will be lead by the Sheriff’s office and begins at the high school parking lot. Anyone interested in showing their support for the Class of 2020 is welcome to meet at the High School at around 5:20 PM to be in the celebration.

A “Drive Through Gift Drop Off” will be set up from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the High School parking lot for anyone to come by and drop a gift off for seniors. A staff member will be present to receive the gift, sort them, and coordinate senior pick up.

The Condon Class of 2020’s motto is “You live your life only once, but if you live it right, once is enough” – Mae West

This year there are Co-Valedictorians: Cort Colby & Cooper Johnson


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