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Brookfield High School to hold events honoring graduates

Brookfield High School is sponsoring a car parade for graduating seniors. 

The 200 honorees and their families will meet on June 20 at Whisconier Middle School at 11am.  Families are encouraged to decorate the vehicles.  Once the cars get to the high school, graduates and up to two two parents can enter the building to receive their diplomas in the auditorium. Groups will have to stay at least 15 feet from each other and must wear masks except at designated photo spots. A maximum of 50 people will be allowed in the building at one time. 

The activities will be available for viewing on the Brookfield school district's YouTube channel.  A video of the ceremony, along with recorded speeches, will be sent to families over the summer. 

Administrators at Whisconier Middle School have planned a car parade for eighth-graders headed to the high school.  The event on June 17 will also be a chance for students to receive their certificates and awards.

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Rich Valdes

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