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FROM ALYSON CREAN CITY OF KEY WEST COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER JUNE 2 2020
The Key West City Commission found a way to honor Key West High School’s graduating class of 2020, despite the fact that the current state of emergency interrupted plans for a normal graduation. Each student’s photo is displayed prominently in one of the city’s most-traveled intersections at Kennedy Drive and North Roosevelt Blvd. The banner, which extends along two sides of the ballfield, shows how proud this community is of these young men and women.
“From your Key West City Commission,” one panel reads, “we wish you much success and happiness as you graduate from Key West High School. Appreciate the impact you can have on our world.” Events everywhere have had a tough challenge since schools went virtual in March. But the senior class’s story is the most poignant as they are missing all the parting rituals – prom, parties, graduation – that they’ve built toward during the last 12 years.
Retiring Principal Amber Acevedo was on hand as the City’s Community Services crew installed the banner.
JUNE 3, 2020 FROM AC
With a caution to remain diligent regarding social distancing, the City of Key West is reopening more of its public facilities.
Effective immediately, all playgrounds, facility restrooms, splash pads, basketball and tennis courts, and public pools are open.
City officials urge everyone to abide by CDC guidelines for social distancing while enjoying these recreational facilities.
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