With the school year winding down, preparation for graduation ceremonies has begun across the county.
Jefferson High School’s graduation will be Friday, May 21, at 8 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.
JHS’s ceremonies will be moved indoors to the school gymnasium in the event of inclement weather where there will be limited seating.
Approximatley 163 students will be graduating from JHS.
The valedictorian is Jacline Griffith and the salutatorian is Clara Logue.
Guests requiring special needs may contact Kevin Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduation at Jackson County Comprehensive High School starts at 8 p.m. at Panther Stadium on Tuesday, May 25.
In the event of rain, the JCCHS graduation will take place in the school’s gymnasium, where guests are required to have a ticket for admission.
According to officials, 220 students will be graduating from JCCHS.
The valedictorian is Janette Gee and the salutatorian is Lexie Miller.
Those guests requiring special needs regarding access to the stadium may contact Joe Lancaster at 706-367-5003 prior to May 25.
At East Jackson Comprehensive High School, ceremonies begin on Wednesday, May 26, at 7 p.m. on the football field.
In the event of inclement weather, graduation will take place in the school’s gymnasium, where a limited amount of seating will be available.
There are approximately 220 students in the 2010 class at EJCHS.
John Luke Derochers is the valedictorian and Aubrey Cozzens is the salutatorian.