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Seniors rehearse for WCHS graduation
Graduates to be socially distanced
Graduation rehearsal
WCHS graduation rehearsal Thursday morning at Nunley Stadium
From left, JROTC cadets Antonio Hernandez, Victor McBride, Thomas Turpin, Abigail Hobbs, Aiden Betancourt, and Lucas Pescevic.

Warren County High School seniors practiced their graduation ceremony Thursday morning at Nunley Stadium.

With rain in the forecast, the prevailing question is will WCHS graduation take place Friday at 7 p.m. as planned, or be postponed till Saturday?

Director of Schools Grant Swallows says he will make a decision by 5 p.m. Friday. 

The outdoor ceremony will take place at Nunley Stadium with no attendance restrictions in place so visitors can pack the stadium to full capacity. If the ceremony is postponed, the makeup date is Saturday night at 7 p.m.

WCHS graduate Dalton Ashmore says he plans to enjoy himself when he walks across the stage to accept his diploma.

"When I hit the stage, I'm going to do like the 'Nature Boy' Ric Flair," said Ashmore, who indicated he might let out a characteristic "Wooooooo!" much like the famous pro wrestler.

Asked if she's happy, or sad,

Dalton Ashmore
Dalton Ashmore
to be graduating from high school, senior Eleanor Montandon said, "It depends on the day really. I go back and forth."