CEDAR PARK, Texas - The City of Cedar Park wants to celebrate the class of 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced graduates and school districts to be creative with their celebrations, and the Cedar Park community is one of them. The City of Cedar Park announced on Twitter that they would be lighting up City Hall with different school colors this week. The tweet encourages graduates and their families to come to the building and take graduation pictures.
Cedar Park City Hall is located at 450 Cypress Creek. The building will be lit up with the school colors between 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. for Cedar Park High School, Vista Ridge High School, and Leander High School.
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City Hall will be lit for the high schools on the following days:
CPHS: Wednesday, May 27
VRHS: Friday, May 29
LHS: Saturday, May 30
"#ClassOf2020 we see you! 👀 We're lighting up City Hall in honor of you," the City of Cedar Park said in a tweet. "Come by 450 Cypress Creek, 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. and take your photos with City Hall lit up in your school colors."
Cedar Park isn't the only one who has gotten creative in Central Texas. Round Rock ISD held what is believed to be one of the first in-person graduation ceremonies in Central Texas in a ceremony that maintained social distancing.
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