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ANGLETON — District leaders are considering how to move forward with this year’s graduation ceremony after increasing event capacity in light of the number of COVID-19 ebbing in Angleton ISD.

“Right now we’ve gone from 25 percent up to 50 percent, which would mean we’d most likely give students somewhere between eight and 10 tickets,” Superintendent Phil Edwards said during the district’s board meeting Tuesday. “Our goal is to increase that even more.”

Corinna Richardson is the magazine editor for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0150.

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