We are hosting clinics with the Garland Health Department for students to get their required vaccines this June.
Find all you need to know about graduation on our campus and district webpages.
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Counselors answer college questions for graduating seniors this summer.
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Need a meningitis vaccination shot before heading off to college? The Doctor Spot can help you with that.
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The U.S. Census Bureau extends the deadline for the census.
While schools are closed, the district Coronavirus (COVID-19) webpages are your best sources for the latest updates, services and resources.
Find out how to request a VOE while the district is closed.
Tickets must be picked up by the graduate or the Primary Parent (listed in Skyward) with a Valid ID. Tickets and programs will be distributed in the front of the building from 8:00-11:00am and 2:00-5:00pm. Please have your name in the window and please remain in your vehicle. This will be done in order to maintain social distancing.
If you are unable to drive by on June 4th, a make-up pickup date is scheduled for June 8 from 3-4pm.
Join us as we celebrate our Class of 2020 at an in-person graduation ceremony.
- All graduates will receive five tickets.
- Graduates will be seated on one side of the Park, and their five guests will be seated in assigned seats around the remainder of the ball field
- Social distancing practices will be in place.
- Parking is available at the stadium at no cost.
- Globe Life Park security will have a “no bag” policy. The only exception will be that medical bags for diabetes care, ostomy care, respirators, etc., are allowed. Diaper bags are allowed if they accompany a parent with a child.
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