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Ponca City High School graduation to be live-streamed

Team Radio Marketing Group - May 17, 2017 8:49 am

Do you know a family member, friend, or alumni who would love to come to Po-Hi’s graduation, but they are not able to attend?  No problem!

The Ponca City Public School district will be live-streaming graduation again this year!

What does that mean? It means that people will be able to watch the event live on their computer, iPad, or iPhone or Android device.

To watch live, go to www.livestream.com, click “Watch Event” and then do a search for Ponca City Senior High School 2017 Graduation. When you see the picture of the high school, click on it and it will take you immediately to the live event. People can go to the link now and put it on their calendar.

In previous years when it has rained on graduation night, the ceremony was held in Robson Fieldhouse, which  greatly limits the number of people who can attend because of seating capacity. With this new feature, people will still get to watch as if they were there. They can watch from their home or at the Po-Hi Howell Auditorium where it will be shown live on the big screen.

The Ponca City Senior High School Class of 2017 will be graduate at 8 p.m. Friday, May 19, at Sullins Stadium. In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will take place this year at First Baptist Church, 218 South Sixth Street.

 

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