Cheer on the Mount Si High School Class of 2020: Graduation Car Parade, Virtual Ceremony happen Friday, June 19th

In lieu of a traditional, large in-person graduation ceremony, the Mount Si High School Class of 2020 is practicing the art of flexibility – and making the best of a bad situation brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

Instead of hundreds of proud Snoqualmie Valley families heading down Highway 18 to the Showare Center in Kent, they will be lining Snoqualmie Parkway, Friday, June 19th for the Mount Si High School Class of 2020’s Graduation Car Parade.

The parade kicks off at 11AM from DirtFish, where graduates in caps and gowns will meet in decorated vehicles driven by a family member – and then head out onto to Millpond Road, thru the roundabout on SR 202 and then up Snoqualmie Parkway.

The community is invited to line the parade route – don’t forget social distancing and masks if distance can’t be accomplished – and cheer on this year’s Mount Si High School graduates.

If you can’t make it to the graduation parade, you can watch the live stream on YouTube below:

Later in the afternoon, the Mount Si High School Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation Ceremony kicks off at 4:30PM. You can watch that live stream HERE.

Congratulations MSHS Class of 2020!

You did it.

You earned it.

The end of the journey may not have been what you’d imagined, but know how proud your community and families are of all 435 graduates.

Tanner Electric installed a MSHS graduation banner in downtown North Bend this week.
Photo: Joy Hoffman-Baunsgard

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