As we approach the final stretch of the 2020-21 school season, districts are starting to announce graduation plans.

The 2020-21 academic season has been a one-of-a kind-school year for sure. Just like the last quarter of 2020, the pandemic played a major role in the spring semester. The first semester was a mix of virtual and in-person learning, while the second saw more in-person learning.

Teachers and students alike have had to adjust to the changing landscape brought on by the pandemic. Last year's seniors may have had it the worse, as most schools opted for no graduation or very restricted graduation ceremonies.

This year is shaping up to be a bit like last year.

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According to FOX44 News, Killeen ISD will hold in-person graduation ceremonies and each guest will need a ticket to get in.

Each graduation senior at Early College High School, Ellison High School, Harker Heights High School, Killeen High School and Shoemaker High School will be able to secure 9-12 admission tickets. Each person must have a ticket to enter, but children two years old and younger can get in without a tickets as long as they are sitting on a ticket holder's lap.

For those unable to attend in-person ceremonies, Spectrum Cable Channel 17 will have a live stream available.

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Tickets will be available to pick up from Tuesday, May 25 - Thursday, May 27. There are some procedures and guidelines on getting the tickets and that info can be found HERE.

Graduation schedule for Killeen ISD 2021 is as follows:

Thursday, May 27 | 2:00 p.m. ....................... Early College HS
Thursday, May 27 | 6:00 p.m. ................................... Killeen HS
Friday, May 28 | 9:00 a.m. .................................. C.E. Ellison HS
Friday, May 28 | 2:00 p.m. ......................... Harker Heights HS
Saturday, May 29 | 9:00 a.m. ...... Robert M. Shoemaker HS

Congrats to all the graduating seniors in 2021!

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