Daily Staff Report
WOODSTOCK - Principals of all three public high schools in Shenandoah County have decided to move tonight's graduation ceremonies indoors.
Superintendent Keith Rowland said thunderstorms and high temperatures in today's forecast led to the change.
"Last night's thunderstorm came through and left, but there's no guarantee that happens," he said.
People attending the ceremonies should largely be unaffected, although Central High School graduates will have a limit of six tickets each to distribute to family members.
Those tickets were handed out at graduation practice, Rowland said.
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