From drive-in graduations to prerecorded and remote ceremonies, Carlton County school administrators and staff have worked to provide students with memorable experiences amid the coronavirus outbreak. Below is up-to-date information regarding eight county schools holding graduation ceremonies in the next two weeks.

Barnum High School

Date: Friday, May 29

Time: 6 p.m.

Location: Barnum High School

Details: Graduates and families will arrive parade style, escorted by the fire department. Families are encouraged to decorate their vehicles. The community is encouraged to line the parade route, which is to be determined, with signs and to cheer on the seniors. Participants will remain in their vehicles and drive to the front of the school to receive their diploma and have a photo op. The ceremony will be live streamed and partly prerecorded. It will be broadcast via the school website and WKLK.

Carlton High School

Date: Friday, May 22

Time: 1 p.m.

Location: Remote

Details: Carlton will hold a remote ceremony with only speakers for the program able to attend live. The ceremony will broadcast on WKLK and streamed on Facebook Live. At 3 p.m., diplomas will be distributed in a parking lot behind Carlton High School. However, only students and their parents may attend. The diploma distribution will also be broadcast on WKLK and streamed live.

Cloquet High School

Date: Friday, May 22

Time: 9 p.m.

Location: Cloquet Business Park

Details: Cloquet will hold a drive-in graduation ceremony. One vehicle will be allowed per family unless parents do not live together; a second vehicle will then be allowed. Open truck beds are not allowed. Coolers are not allowed.

Everyone must remain in their vehicles. Students were prerecorded walking across the high school stage and receiving their diplomas. Three students and Cloquet Principal Steve Battaglia are recording speeches. The videos will be shown on a drive-in movie screen and will be broadcast on the WKLK. Families and friends will be able to view a YouTube live stream from home. The school is also working with CAT-7 to broadcast the event.

Cromwell-Wright High School

Date: Friday, May 22

Time: 8:30 p.m.

Location: Cromwell-Wright School parking lot.

Details: Cromwell-Wright will hold a "parking lot graduation." Each graduate is allotted one parking space for themselves and their immediate family. Additional spaces will be available on a first come, first served basis. All vehicles must be parked by 8:20 p.m. and attendees may not exit their vehicles during the ceremony. After graduation concludes, there will be a parade through Cromwell led by the Cromwell Fire District crew. Cars will disperse afterward, and no congregating will be allowed. The ceremony will be broadcast live by WKLK.

Esko High School

Date: Friday, May 29

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: Esko High School circle drive

Details: Students and families will stay in their vehicles for Esko's drive-thru graduation ceremony. Students will be provided window chalk and are encouraged to write their names on their vehicles so people can cheer for them. Graduates will drive through the circle drive behind the school, get out to receive their diplomas, have a photo taken and then proceed to a parade route. Esko will have 82 students graduate this year. The entire ceremony will be broadcast on Facebook Live, will be available on the school website and will be broadcast on WKLK.

Fond du Lac Ojibwe School

Date: Friday, May 22

Time: TBD

Location: Remote

Details: Fond du Lac Ojibwe School continues to work out the details for a curbside delivery of caps, gowns, diplomas and gifts for its graduating class. Administrators are also collaborating with WGZS to create a radio version of the ceremony and will compile a virtual recording of the ceremony to post on the school Facebook page.

Moose Lake High School

Date: Sunday, May 24

Time: 2 p.m.

Details: As of this time, officials are planning an outdoor ceremony.

Wrenshall High School

Date: Friday, May 29

Time: 4 p.m.

Location: Wrenshall School front parking lot

Details: Wrenshall will conduct a drive-up style graduation for students and their parents and guardians. Students will be wearing masks along with their caps and gowns and will be able to pick up their diplomas during the ceremony. The ceremony will not exceed 30 minutes and graduation speeches will be posted on the school website.

This story was updated at 6:13 p.m. on May 19 to reflect an updated time for Cromwell-Wright's graduation ceremony. It was originally posted at 5:04 p.m. on May 18.