Flomaton High Class Of 2020 Graduates In Outdoor Socially Distanced Ceremony

May 20, 2020

A socially distanced Flomaton High School Class of 2020 graduation was held outdoors Tuesday evening in the Flomaton High School stadium.

Graduates were properly spaced, as were family members in the stands. Students were allowed to invite four family members to attend.

“2020 has definitively been unexpected,” Valedictorian Meagan Chaudron said. She said the class has learned the hard way how to cherish every single moment.

“Nobody prepared us for coronavirus but we have pushed through, and we will come out victorious. Senior year may not have been what we envisioned, but it was ours…so please today learn from us and what we’ve had to go through. I hope all of your wake up every morning and choose the make the very best of each day and live it to the fullest,” she said.

“To you, my fellow classmates, I hope each and every one of you are able to accomplish your goals and dreams in the future,” Chaudron said. “I hope you all come out better and stronger because of the trials we have had to face together.”

The Top Ten members of the Flomaton High School Class of 2020 are:

  1. Meagan Chaudron – Valedictorian
  2. Brooke Welch – Salutatorian
  3. Grace Morgan
  4. Nealy Wiggins
  5. Alex Glidewell
  6. Raylin Wesley
  7. Mattie White
  8. Malin White
  9. Michael Dunn
  10. Alexis Lee

Pictured above and below: A socially distanced graduation for the Flomaton High School Class of 2020. Pictured bottom: Valedictorian Meagan Chaudron (left) and Salutatorian Brooke Welch. Photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Comments

9 Responses to “Flomaton High Class Of 2020 Graduates In Outdoor Socially Distanced Ceremony”

  1. JW on May 21st, 2020 10:36 am

    Maybe someone on the Escambia County board has stake in the Bay Center and thats why they are stuck there.

  2. Jennifer Simmons on May 21st, 2020 8:12 am

    Congratulations Makayla Simmons. Flomaton High School Graduate Class of 2020! Wes and I are so proud of you and I know Paw Paw would be beaming of joy and happiness along with pride!

  3. Carolyn Findley on May 20th, 2020 11:37 pm

    Congratulations FHS class of 2020. It is wonderful that you were able to share this memorable occasion, even under adverse circumstances. You will never forget it.
    Be thankful that your school officials made this special time possible. God bless all of you.
    A member of FHS class of 1962

  4. Rebekkah on May 20th, 2020 9:14 pm

    Congratulations to all 2020 Grads. Best wishes to you all.

  5. James Stennis on May 20th, 2020 5:34 pm

    Escambia County officials dont have the brain power to be able to think about an outside, individualzed graduation at the school. They are straddled with political correctness and living in fear of doing anything that might offend anyone. This is the norm of the schools and has been for a while due to progressive liberal ideology in schools. They couldn’t think their way out of a paper bag. Let me grab my popcorn….

  6. JW on May 20th, 2020 5:16 pm

    I have no understanding as to why Escambia County can not have theirs in their own stadiums…instead they choose to give us three dates that no one can plan for…bad leadership decisions

  7. patti on May 20th, 2020 1:18 pm

    Lovely young ladies. Congratulations to all the graduates. Wishing you all the BEST!

  8. Oversight on May 20th, 2020 9:10 am

    Escambia County Florida, how about getting onboard and think outside the box for a change.

  9. sam on May 20th, 2020 8:20 am

    congrats to all for making it possible for these young people to have their graduation ceremony. lots of planning and inconvenience. I bet they don’t forget this one.





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