The new K-12 Carlisle school building, center, is being constructed behind the current Carlisle High School. The new building is nearing completion for an opening this fall. To the right is Alden Brown Elementary School. The current high school, elementary school and Chamberlain Middle School will be demolished this summer. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Carlisle High School plans virtual graduation ceremony Saturday

The virtual graduation can be viewed via the district’s website at carlisleindians.org or by clicking here.

District officials said if large groups are allowed to gather in the coming months, a senior weekend consisting of a graduation celebration and prom will be held in late July. For more information, contact Carlisle High School Principal Dave Slamer at 937-746-4481, ext. 400, or via email at Dave.Slamer@carlisleindians.org.

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The class of 2020 will be the last class graduated from the current high school building, which is scheduled for demolition this summer.

Officials said construction of the district’s new K-12 facility is still on schedule. District administrative staff will be located at Grigsby Intermediate School for summer work and that phone extensions and emails will remain the same. Officials said staff will be moved out of the other buildings, the high school, Chamberlain Middle School and Alden Brown Elementary School, by early June to allow for demolition.

The district plans for staff to move into the new K-12 building in mid- to late August which will house the Board of Education office.

An online auction of various school district property/items will be held May 29 - 30. A link and times for that auction will be posted on the district’s website homepage as soon as it is available.

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