State education officials said Tuesday that in-person graduation ceremonies can still be held in New Hampshire, but only if students are easily able to physically distance themselves.>> Download the free WMUR appThe guidelines from the Department of Education state that the physical distancing must be maintained the entire time. So there can be no handshakes, hugs or high-fives. There can also be no mingling before or after ceremonies.For a lot of schools, the size of their student populations compared to the typical venues for such events could make that impossible. To address that, the department suggested limiting crowd sizes or implementing drive-up or parade-style ceremonies.Commissioner Frank Edelblut said districts are going to have to get creative if they still want in-person graduations to happen.”I can

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