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DCSD to livestream all 13 graduations

CASTLE ROCK – Douglas County School District will once again livestream all of its graduations this year.

Spanning a total of seven days and six venues, the live broadcast of all 13 graduations is quite a feat.

This is the third year DCSD has offered livestreaming of graduations and the second year that it has covered all of the graduations.

In 2013, the Internet broadcasts ensured that thousands of people, some as far away as China, didn’t miss the big day.

Below is a list of all of the graduations, where they will be held and the link to the livestream. Closed captioning will be provided for each of the events.

Immediately following the graduations, families will be able to access video of the event at the same links.

Tuesday, May 20
Ponderosa High School
9 a.m. at Sports Authority Stadium, Parker


Wednesday, May 21
Castle View High School
9 a.m. at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Chaparral High School
10 a.m. at Sports Authority Stadium, Parker

Highlands Ranch High School
2 p.m. at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Mountain Vista High School
7 p.m. at Red Rocks Amphitheatre

Thursday, May 22
Douglas County High School
9 a.m. at Douglas County High School Stadium

ThunderRidge High School
9 a.m. at Sports Authority Stadium, Parker

HOPE Online Academy
7 p.m. at Auraria Campus


Friday, May 23
Rock Canyon High School
9 a.m. at Sports Authority Stadium, Parker


Thursday, May 29
Daniel C. Oakes High School
9 a.m.
D.C. Oakes High School 

eDCSD: Colorado Cyber School
1 p.m. at Rock Canyon High School

Friday, May 30
Legend High School
9 a.m. at Sports Authority Stadium, Parker

Thursday, June 12
Eagle Academy
7 p.m. at Rock Canyon High School

April 22, 2014 | By rmbarber | Category: Communications

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