By Laura Hayes, Contributing Writer
HUDSON — After a school year like no other, Hudson High School seniors will have a seemingly normal graduation.
“It’s going to hopefully have a lot of look and feel of a normal graduation,” Principal Jason Medeiros said in an interview May 27.
Graduation will be held on Saturday, June 5 at 1 p.m. in the Morgan Bowl, with a rain date of June 6.
The ceremony will be closed to the public and open only to graduates and their guests. Each graduate will be able to bring up to 10 guests — six to sit in pods of chairs on the field and four to sit socially distant in the bleachers.
Traditionally, Hudson’s graduation is held in its gymnasium. However, last year the ceremony was held in the Morgan Bowl, and graduates stayed in their cars until they were told they could enter by staff.