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The Lubavitch Educational Center in Miami, Florida held multiple drive-in graduation ceremonies yesterday. As graduates sat socially distanced from each other, their families looked on from the safety of their cars, honking their applause.
Principals of both the girls and boys high schools and both middle schools, deliberated and planned with security teams and healthcare experts for weeks to find the best way to celebrate their students’ milestones while keeping them safe with ever-changing regulations.
“Our students have faced this time with resoluteness and resilience, we’re glad to have found a way to recognize that, giving our graduates a chance to walk to the podium and receive their diploma, celebrating what has been a rocky end to their school career in a way that even surpassed the graduation ceremonies we’ve held in the past,” said Rabbi Benzion Korf, Head of School.

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