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Warren County High School seniors are pumped about graduation. Pictured after graduation rehearsal on Thursday are, from left, Abby Bain, Jared Carnes and Eleanor Montandon.

In a school year of perpetual change caused by COVID-19, it seems fitting that uncertainty would also swirl around Warren County High School’s graduation ceremony scheduled for Friday night.

With rain in the forecast for most of the day Friday, Director of Schools Grant Swallows says he will make a decision Friday by 5 p.m. on whether to hold graduation Friday at 7 p.m. as scheduled, or postpone the ceremony.

The first rain-out day is Saturday at 7 p.m. If rain also delays that ceremony, graduation would be held Sunday at 2 p.m. WCHS graduation will be held at Nunley Stadium regardless of the day.

“It would sure be nice if it doesn’t rain Friday night and gives us an hour and a half window to hold graduation,” said Swallows.

Added WCHS executive principal Clark George, “We’ll say a prayer for no rain, but we’ll get it done no matter what. The forecast for Saturday looks good.”