Photo by Matt McClain/The Washington Post via Getty Images
Photo by Matt McClain/The Washington Post via Getty Images

If you’re one of the many people missing a graduation ceremony this year because of coronavirus social distancing practices, Barack and Michelle Obama want to help lift your spirits.

On Tuesday morning, the former president and first lady announced they’ll be hosting two virtual graduation ceremonies — one on Saturday, May 16, and another on Saturday, June 6.

“Michelle and I are excited to celebrate the nationwide Class of 2020 and recognize this milestone with you and your loved ones,” Barack wrote on Instagram. And Michelle joined in with an exciting Twitter reveal of her own.

For the full story, visit Mashable.com/News.

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