Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Consider Volunteering at Project Graduation

Please consider volunteering at Project Graduation on Sunday, June 5 during the Midnight to 5:00 a.m. shift as a way to "pay it forward."  

Project Graduation was created to help keep our kids safe on a night that is notorious for accidents and injuries with teens. Project Graduation is held at the High School immediately following the graduation ceremony each year from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. and is supervised by parents and staff.

Click below for more details on volunteer sign ups for open shifts:

Open Shift Sign Up

If there are not enough Security and Activity Volunteers throughout the night, Project Graduation will be in danger of cancellation. We must have adequate help and supervision in order to ensure a safe and fun environment for all. There are currently 51 open spots from 12:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. on June 5. The majority of the spots are under two hours each.

Bean Bag and Lounge chairs are needed for students to relax upon. It's a long night and previous classes have truly appreciated the comfortable seating to take a breather between activities. All bean bag chairs must be brought to the Commons prior to the event on Saturday morning between 9 a.m. to 12:00 noon. The chairs will be returned to you and available for pick up on Sunday, June 5.

Click the link below for more Project Graduation information:

Project Graduation

If you have questions, please email waunagradparty@gmail.com.

Thank you, your help is greatly appreciated by all!
Project Graduation 2016 Coordinators
Ann Walsh, Activities
Beth Stellmacher, Prizes
Carol Spahn, Food
Fred Riederer, PC/Video Games
Genna Eaton & Elizabeth Haasee, Corporate Donations
Jamie Roberts, Communications
Jenny Ripley, Registration
Jo Cahill, Flamingo Fundraiser
Lisa Hansen, Volunteers