Graduation is a social milestone students work 13 years to achieve. The ceremony is punctuated with celebratory moments of walking across the stage in front of beaming parents, turning the tassel, snagging the sought-after diploma, and, as a class collectively tossing caps into the air with abandon.

These are significant moments, they mark the end of one phase and the beginning of a next.

Graduation ceremonies will look, feel different

In the age of COVID-19, graduation ceremonies will look markedly different. Some school districts across the nation are considering drive-in ceremonies. Other districts plan to hold graduation ceremonies in July when they believe the threat of the coronavirus has waned. Still, others, like Desert Sands Unified School District plans to hold virtual ceremonies.

Uken Report salutes these hard-working, accomplished graduates at an extraordinary time in this nation’s history. We want to help make it special and put their names in lights so to speak. Would you, whether a business, organization, parent, relative or friend like to salute a graduate? Purchase an ad on Uken Report by clicking  the “Order Today!” button (below). Send us a photo (preferably landscape) and tell us about your graduate, Your graduate’s story will appear on the home page for a month and will be posted on Twitter and Facebook.

Coachella Valley teems with graduates

From Palm Springs to Cathedral City and from Palm Desert to Indio and Coachella, graduates will say goodbye to teachers and classmates. Some will head directly into the workforce while others will continue their education at a college or university.

But for this one moment in time, they are all graduates. They are all part of the Class of 2020. It is a remarkable time in history.

Make a Senior’s Day special

Seniors want their day to be special. Help make it so. These are unique times that call for unique approaches. For our part, Uken Report is offering 50% off.

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Image Sources

  • Graduation: Pixaby