In-person high school graduations in Houston look a lot different this year.
Chairs are placed six feet apart, students are wearing face masks and elbow bumps are replacing handshakes.
In-person ceremonies are being held this week for many students throughout the Houston area.
The ceremonies resumed after guidelines were released by Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas Education Agency, who announced earlier in May that in-person graduation ceremonies would resume if social distancing and health protocols could be followed.
Take a look below at how these Houston-area school districts are holding their graduation ceremonies:
That’s a wrap for @ClearCreekISD Class of 2020!!! What a wild six days we’ve had and enjoyed every minute of it. Congratulations @CFHS_Knights ! It was a beautiful Knight for a graduation!!! @ClearBrookHS @Clear_LakeHS pic.twitter.com/q90oXxdC6u— C3 Studios (@C3Studios_CCISD) June 4, 2020
Tonight, I serve at the pleasure of the @DHS_Vikings Class of 2020! Let’s celebrate and honor YOU, together tonight! Congratulations to all of our @FortBendISD Graduates! #Classof2020 #Graduation2020 #onefortbend #minutesaway pic.twitter.com/efCFdL6dH5— Jason Burdine (@JasonBurdine1) June 4, 2020
Clear Brook HS, you were terrific at the 2020 Graduation tonight. Parents and students modeled dignity and respect for each other. So proud of you. pic.twitter.com/WmLxEYfMlH— Greg Smith (@GSmithccisd) June 3, 2020