The weekend of pomp and circumstance is approaching in South Dakota. The Sioux Falls High School graduation ceremonies will take place this weekend, Sunday, May 19.

Live Streams for Sioux Falls School District Graduation Ceremonies, HERE


The Class of 2024 will be presented by Lincoln High School, Jefferson High School, Roosevelt High School, and Washington High School all from the Sioux Falls Arena.

Below are the details and YouTube channels for live streaming.

Lincoln High School Graduation Ceremonies Live Stream, 11:00 AM

Jefferson High School Graduation Ceremonies Live Stream, 1:45 PM

Roosevelt High School Graduation Ceremonies Live Stream, 4:30 PM

Washington High School Graduation Ceremonies Live Stream, 7:15 PM

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Don't miss out on the other Sioux Falls commencement ceremonies:

Sioux Falls Christian - Sioux Falls Christian High School Friday, May 17

Bishop O'Gorman - Saturday, May 18

Augustana University - Kirkeby-Over Stadium Saturday, May 18

University of Sioux Falls - Sioux Falls Convention Center Saturday, May 18


The 10 Largest Occupations in South Dakota

Where do people in South Dakota work?

If you were a South Dakotan a hundred years ago, chances are you had a job related to farming or ranching. If you weren't doing the farming, you were selling things to the farmers, fixing things for the farmers, or buying things from the farmers.

In the 2020s, things are very different.

Most of us in the SD work in health care or the service industry in one way or another. In fact, there are more nurses in South Dakota than the entire population of the state capital, Pierre.

Today far more people work at a store or restaurant than have probably ever even been on a farm. Time passes and things change, always. Fifty years from now who knows what jobs South Dakotans will be doing

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, these are the top 10 largest occupations in South Dakota (as of 2022).

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