DENVER — Denver Public Schools (DPS) announced Tuesday that up to four guests per student will be allowed to attend graduation ceremonies at the end of the 2020-2021 school year.
>The video above is from a 2020 9NEWS story about a non-traditional graduation ceremony in Lyons.
"In alignment with updated county guidance and based on discussions with our venues, we have revised our policy on number of guests at end-of-year events," the district said in a release.
The new guidance can be applied to other end-of-year celebrations such as continuation ceremonies and field days, the district said.
Children 2 years old and younger do not count toward the guest limit for these celebrations, according to Winna Maclaren with DPS.
The district said that its four-guest policy will be implemented consistently across all schools.
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