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On behalf of the Faculty & Staff at Pueblo, we would like to congratulate the Class of 2021 along with their family and friends! Commencement represents more than an end to your student's years at Pueblo; it marks the exciting beginning of his or her professional life. We look forward to welcoming you to our campus for the big day in May, and to seeing this year's graduates go on to make their marks in the world. Once a Warrior... Always A Warrior!
You DO NOT need a ticket to enter the Commencement Ceremony. Our Ceremony is open to all family and friends of our graduates. All guests are asked to cooperate with school officials throughout the ceremony in order to maintain a safe and orderly environment.
In the event of severe weather, Commencement Ceremony will be moved to Lever Gym. The gym has limited space and each graduate will only be allowed FIVE guests each. ALL Guests MUST have a Rain Ticket in order to enter Lever Gym. Download the following documents for instructions:
Entrance Information & Map
Parking is limited and fills up very quick. Be cautious as you enter and leave the parking lot. If you must park off campus, please obey all traffic signs and regulations. Make sure to lock your car and don't leave any valuables. Tucson Police will be on hand to direct traffic.
TUSD, Pueblo, businesses or churches will not be responsible for any damages of vehicles or personal property parked at any site around campus.
Handicap Parking & Seating
The parking lot behind the grandstand is reserved for handicap guests. A special ticket is required to enter through Gate #4 off 16th Avenue. The handicap seating section is in front of the grandstand. Download Entrance Information & Map for more details. (Space is limited)
Severe Weather Plan
Graduation is usually attended by more than 3,000 people. In the event of severe weather, we will move ceremony to Lever Gym. Our gym will only accommodate approximately 1,600 people. Unfortunately, we will need to be very strict with the use of rain tickets in order to limit the number of people that are admitted.
We will only make this decision as a worst case scenario based on current weather conditions prior to graduation. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation with these plans to protect our graduates and families in the event of severe weather.
Class of 2019: 318
Class of 2018: 285
Class of 2017: 265
Class of 1959: 225
Class of 1958: 194
Class of 1957: 180
Pueblo Opened On
Monday, April 2, 1956
When: Thursday, May 27, 2020
Where: Lou Farber Field (Stadium)
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Program: Available at Main Entrance
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