May 24, 2012

Yuma’s Graduation Ceremonies Available World-wide

Yuma Union High School District

Yuma area high school graduation ceremonies will be web-casted “Live” on the evening of Friday, May 25th.  This will be a very special opportunity for deployed military family members and others unable to attend graduation to view the graduation ceremony in real time from anywhere in the world.  Graduation ceremonies will be archived at each school’s website for future viewing.  All of the ceremonies will begin 8:00 p.m. Pacific Time, broadcast from the respective stadiums.

Friends and family members have two options for logging onto the “Live Feed.”

  1. Individuals may log onto each respective school’s website to find the graduation link (see links below).
  2. Individuals may also log onto and select the link designated for the desired school graduation ceremony.


The websites are:

Yuma High School, Doan Field –

Kofa High School, Irv Pallack Field -

Cibola High School, Raider Field –

San Luis High School, The Snake Pit –

Gila Ridge High School, Veteran’s Memorial Stadium –

This project is led by Mr. Mike Sharp, assistant principal at Kofa High School.  It is made possible with the strong support of Ms. Elena McShane, School Liaison Officer, MCAS Yuma, and Mr. Robert Haworth of Vice-Tech, as well as the Yuma Educational Technology Consortium.

If you would like more information on this please call Mike Sharp at (928)502-5400.

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