This is what I found on TheHill.com:
A New Hampshire high school has come up with a unique way to hold its graduation ceremony in person during the coronavirus pandemic: a ski lift.
According to local CBS affiliate, WCAX 3, Kennett High School in Conway, N.H., will put its seniors on a ski lift, with an empty seat left between each student, so they can get their diploma at the top of a mountain.
“People will ride it up, get their diploma, get a picture of them on the top of a mountain, they’ll go to a different place with a second photographer, and get a pretty amazing backdrop,” said the school’s principal, Kevin Carpenter.
In a “Plan B” that makes the original look downright boring, Kennett High School’s Class of 2020 will graduate June 13 at the 2,000-foot summit of Cranmore Mountain. Read all about it.https://t.co/s9eWLSQ29x pic.twitter.com/F5a1EHn8Oq
— UnionLeader.com (@UnionLeader) May 14, 2020
Love the creativity of my home town. High school graduation is a go! A ski lift will maintain social distancing and the students will have a ceremony to remember that represents the community and place they call home❣️ https://t.co/6okV7vA5fW
— JRKarnopp (@JennKarnopp) May 14, 2020
— Channel 3 News (@wcax) May 15, 2020
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