Mayor Kim Norton has asked City Hall to be lit to honor Rochester's high school graduates Friday.

Mayor Norton said,

“The City of Rochester joins the rest of the community to congratulate and honor what has to be the most resilient group of students ever to graduate from our area high schools. We celebrate the current and future success of the Rochester High Schools graduating Class of 2020!”

The best time to see the lights is at sundown, so around 8:45ish on Friday the 29th.

About 10 days ago, Rochester Public Schools announced the final graduation plan for a a Drive-In Graduation.

"HOW THIS WILL WORK:

  • It is optional to participate.
  • Graduates are invited to the school to receive their diploma. They are encouraged to wear their cap and gown.
  • Graduates are asked to have a parent or someone in their household drive them to the school, if possible.
  • The graduate should be on the passenger side of the vehicle, if possible.
  • See the whole plan HERE."

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