*NEW-UPDATED* Class of 2020 Updated Graduation Ceremony Schedule 

At this past Monday's Board of Trustees Meeting it was determined that outdoor graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 will move forward this June at Legacy Stadium. Graduates and guests may begin arriving to the stadium at 6:45 p.m. for an 8:00 p.m. ceremony start time. The updated graduation calendar:.

​MCHS ​CRHS ​SLHS ​MRHS ​OTHS ​PHS ​KHS ​THS

Wednesday
June 17
8 p.m.

Thursday
June 18
8 p.m.

Friday
June 19
8 p.m.

Saturday
June 20
8 p.m.

Sunday
June 21
8 p.m.

Monday
June 22
No
Graduation

Tuesday
June 23
8 p.m.

​Wednesday
June 24
8 p.m.

​Thursday
June 25
8 p.m.

 

Graduation Ceremony FAQ's

How many guest tickets will each graduate receive?

Per the TEA Guidance for Graduation released on May 6, outdoor ceremonies are required to provide 6 feet or more of spacing between all participants.  To ensure compliance with TEA guidance, each graduate will receive 4 guest tickets.  The guests of each graduate are required to sit together as a group of four at designated seating in Legacy Stadium ensuring the 6 feet of separation between each group of guests.  Guests will easily identify groupings of 4 seats by marked stadium seats and signage.   

How many parking tags will each graduate receive?
Each graduate will receive (2) parking tags.  

How will parking be handled?
Each graduate will be classified into group A, B, C or D and issued 2 parking passes designating their quadrant assignment, along with a map of the designated parking and entry gates for the stadium.  Passes marked A or B are located on the East/Visitor side of the stadium; graduates and guests may enter Legacy Stadium parking lot through Gates 4, 5, or 6.  Passes marked C or D are located on the West/Home Side of the stadium; graduates and guests may enter Legacy Stadium parking lot through Gates 1, 2, or 3.  

How will graduates enter Legacy Stadium? 
Graduates will enter the stadium via a designated gate based on their group classification (A, B, C, or D).  Graduates will receive a map with instructions along with their parking passes during the Grab N Go distribution on Thursday, June 11.  Parking information and instructions will be posted on the Katy ISD website.  

Where will students be seated on the field?
The field at Legacy Stadium will be split into 4 quadrants (1, 2 3 and 4). Graduates will receive their seating assignment as they are checked in to the ceremony.

Is there a cost for parking?
There is no charge for parking at Legacy Stadium.

What time may I enter Legacy Stadium?
The Legacy Stadium gates will open at 6:45 p.m. for graduate and guest arrival.  If the graduation ceremony is rescheduled to 8:00 a.m. the following morning due to inclement weather, graduates and guests may arrive at 6:45 a.m.

Will there be a Clear Bag Policy?
Yes, please use the link to view the Clear Bag Policy for Graduation Ceremonies.  

Are stadium seats allowed in Legacy Stadium?
Yes, guests are welcome to bring stadium seats.

The following items are prohibited within Legacy Stadium.

  • Balloons

  • Signs larger than 2'x2'

  • Banners

  • Flowers

  • Air horns/Noisemakers

  •  Laser Pointers

Will the graduation ceremonies be live streamed?
Yes, the 2020 Katy ISD Graduation live stream live just prior to the beginning of each ceremony. The link to the live stream will be provided via the Katy ISD website and included in the graduate information available on June 11.

Is food allowed in the stadium?
No outside food or drink is allowed into Legacy Stadium. Graduates will have water made available to them at their stadium check-in location. Bottled water and drinks will be sold onsite. 

Do you have handicap seating?
Yes, handicap seating is available. Seating is available on the concourse level. 

Do you provide wheelchairs?
Yes, wheelchair escorts are available. However, due to a limited number of wheelchairs, the wheel chairs may not remain with the guest during the ceremony.

Do you have elevators?
Yes, elevators are located on both sides of the stadium. 

May I bring a camera or recording device into the ceremony?
Yes, cameras and recording devices are allowed.  However, tripods and other professional equipment is prohibited. Camera and equipment including cords are not allowed in aisles or walkways.  

 

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