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    Bradshaw Mountain High School will be having a Graduation Procession

    Bradshaw Mountain High School will be having a Graduation Procession to celebrate the Class of 2020 at 5:30 p.m. on June 24.  A portion of Glassford Hill Road from Florentine to Panther Path will be shut down for a short time during the event.

    Graduates and family members will be meeting in the Findlay Toyota Center west parking lot on North Main Street at 4 p.m. on June 24 to line up for the parade, while practicing social distancing. 

    The procession will travel west on NAZ Suns Blvd. to Glassford Hill Road, then north on Glassford Hill Road to Panther Path, west to Glassford Hill Middle School, out to Bison Lane, west to Lake Valley Elementary School, and then into Bradshaw Mountain High School. Family and friends will be along the route cheering on the graduates. 

    A Prescott Valley Police vehicle will lead the procession and additional officers will provide traffic control. 

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    Once the procession reaches Bradshaw Mountain High School, each senior will get out of their car and receive their diploma cover. From there they will walk to the photo area to have their picture taken. They will then receive their diploma and graduation program, return to their car, and then park in their assigned school parking spot. Once all seniors have gone through the parade and received their diplomas, Principal Kort Miner will go live on the radio to announce the graduating class of 2020. 

    Jack FM 94.7 radio will be playing the valedictorian speeches during the parade. Graduates will be announced as they receive their diplomas. Jack FM 94.7 radio will replay the entire event afterward for any seniors or family members that might have missed the original airplay. The yearbook staff will also be on hand to take photos.

    Community members are asked to use caution and patience in the area on June 24 as Bradshaw Mountain High School honors its graduating seniors.

    For more information on the procession, please call Bradshaw Mountain High School at 928-759-4100. 

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