Gatherings of more than 50 people are not allowed. So when final-year students celebrate having passed their exams there will be some severe restrictions in place.
– We won’t go out with information on the social media or on our homepage as to when the ceremonies will take place. The ceremonies will only be open for the pupils and the relatives they have invited, says Mattias Olsson, chief education officer for Kristianstad’s upper secondary schools.
Each student may bring along two relatives. The rushing-out ceremony will be spread over the whole day, 12th June.
”We check that no student brings along more than two relatives. If there are more, we can cancel the ceremony for the whole class”
At Milnergymnasium they are planning to fence off an area for relatives.
– We’ve discussed giving tickets to the people who will be there to welcome the classes, says rector Anna Holmqvist Lundh.
This year C4-school has two classes of school-leavers. The exact times when they will come out from Kristianstad Theatre are being kept secret.
– We’ll put up signs and remind visitors to keep their distance. There will be people on hand to help the public, says rector Tony Ivarsson.
Joakim Sahlin, rector of Wendesgymnasiet, says:
– We check that no student brings along more than two relatives. If there are more, we can cancel the ceremony for the whole class. At the same time we don’t want to take on the role of policemen, we want the celebrations to be a day to remember.
– We take it for granted that both the public and relatives respect and follow the rules for how the school-leavers’ rushing-out ceremony should be carried out, says Mattias Olsson.