At long last the Iroquois West High School Class of 2020 will have their formal graduation ceremony Saturday even though most received their diplomas and graduation materials on May 22 when the “senior drive”, a parade for all graduates, was held in each of the five towns that send students to the high school–Gilman, Onarga, Danforth, Thawville and Crescent City.

The formal ceremony will be held at the Middle School in Onarga in two sessions: The first from 9 a.m. to noon and the second from 1:00-?

School officials are not sure how many seniors will participate since not all have responded in regard to the formal ceremony.

The seniors will be taken in two at a time and each senior may have four people each attending.