Mason Anderson poses for a photo with his family after receiving his diploma during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

LOWVILLE — The Lowville Academy and Central Schools’ 212th commencement program began at 6:30 p.m. Friday with a ceremony virtually broadcasted for graduates and their families.

Beginning at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, diplomas were issued to graduates on the high school’s front lawn. This portion of the ceremony, which was open to graduates and their immediate family, concluded by 3 p.m.

Chad Bach departs with his family after receiving his diploma during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy and Central School on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

Chloe Beehm, 18, walks onto the stage to receive her diploma during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy and Central School on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

Colby Bartlett, 18, removes his gown after receiving his diploma during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy and Central School on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

Colby Bartlett, 18, stands outside during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy and Central School on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

Mason Anderson departs with his father, Scott, and mother, Misty, after dropping off his gown during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy and Central School on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

Colby Bartlett, 18, adjusts his mask during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy and Central School on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

Chad Bach receives his diploma during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy and Central School on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

A spectator takes a photo of a graduate receiving their diploma during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy and Central School on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

A parent takes several masks from a school staff member during the 2020 graduation ceremony at Lowville Academy and Central School on Saturday. Emil Lippe/Watertown Daily Times

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