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Douglas County graduation ceremonies to be streamed

CASTLE ROCK – Whether grandma and grandpa live in Boulder, Philadelphia or Tokyo, they will now be able tune into their grandson or granddaughter’s graduation. The Douglas County School District (DCSD) has announced plans to stream all 13 graduations this spring.
 
That is quite a feat considering that the graduations are held at seven different locations, some overlap and most of them are scheduled over the course of one very busy week in May.
 
 
 
 
2013 DCSD Graduations
21-May 8 a.m. Ponderosa High School Sports Authority Stadium Livestream Closed Captioning
22-May 9 a.m. Legend High School Sports Authority Stadium Livestream Closed Captioning
22-May 9 a.m. Highlands Ranch High School Red Rocks Amphitheatre Livestream Closed Captioning
22-May 2 p.m. Mountain Vista High School Red Rocks Amphitheatre Livestream Closed Captioning
22-May 7 p.m. Castle View High School Red Rocks Amphitheatre Livestream Closed Captioning
23-May 9 a.m. Chaparral High School Sports Authority Stadium Livestream Closed Captioning
23-May 9 a.m. Douglas County High School Douglas County HS Stadium Livestream Closed Captioning
23-May 1 p.m. eDCSD Rock Canyon HS Auditorium Livestream Closed Captioning
23-May 7 p.m. Hope Online Auraria Campus Livestream Closed Captioning
24-May 9 a.m. Thunder Ridge High School Sports Authority Stadium Livestream Closed Captioning
24-May 9 a.m. Rock Canyon High School Shea Stadium PlayOn Closed Captioning
30-May 9 a.m. DC Oakes High School Castle Rock Middle School Livestream Closed Captioning
6-Jun 7 p.m. Eagle Academy ThunderRidge HS Auditorium Livestream Closed Captioning
 
Last year, the District’s Community Relations Department successfully streamed the four graduation held at Sports Authority Stadium in Parker during a pilot program. This year the District offered streaming to every high school, to ensure families do not miss out if they cannot make it to the actual graduation ceremony. 
 
The majority of the graduations will be broadcast live on the District’s Livestream account: www.livestream.com/dcsdk12. Afterwards the video will be available on DougTV (Comcast Channel 54), the District’s app and DCSD’s YouTube and Facebook accounts. 
May 17, 2013 | By Anonymous | Category: Communications

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