New Jersey has provided guidance for high school graduation ceremonies that are allowable in early July.  Students, staff, and attendees must be seated six feet apart from one another, and everyone should be wearing a face covering except children unde...

NEW JERSEY PROVIDES GUIDANCE TO GRADUATION CEREMONIES

New Jersey has provided guidance for high school graduation ceremonies that are allowable in early July.  Students, staff, and attendees must be seated six feet apart from one another, and everyone should be wearing a face covering except children under the age of two.  Oh, and the traditional tossing of the caps is highly discouraged.

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