Central looking to crack down on graduation antics

grad-cap-cropAfter receiving many complaints about last year’s graduation ceremony, Central High School is taking steps to make the graduation ceremony less unruly this year.

Seniors and parents have been sent letters explaining that anybody misbehaving will be asked to leave. Forty eight staff members and a few deputies will also be present to monitor behavior.

Beach balls and air horns were a big part of the ceremony last year, even during speeches and performances.

“We were not proud of the behavior at graduation last year,” said Principal Tom Baba.

Graduation for Central is Sunday, June 7.


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