• Checking into scholarships and grants for school (always start with FAFSA)
• Apply for colleges of interest (based on skill or interest)
• Graduation party planning (make sure you obtain a small list of friends from student) to add to the list of family members
• Send out invitations two weeks before the graduation (so that family and friends can coordinate schedules for other parties or events)
• Make sure you ask for rsvp (so that you have enough food)
• Announcements (should go out two weeks prior to the graduation, keep in mind that many some schools limit the amount of people to attend the ceremony) (these announcements can be hand- made for cost cutting)
• Graduation rehearsal (plan to arrive on time with the correct location)
• Graduation night (arrive early for parking purposes)
• Graduation thank you notes (notes should go out within the month of graduation and should include a picture of the student if one was not included in the announcements) (these notes can also be hand-made for cost cutting)(notes should be sent out thanking them for any gifts you may receive along with just attending)
• Create a memory book of pictures of the student growing up
• Take pictures that day of the student meeting and greeting at the party
• Make a PowerPoint slideshow of student growing up
• Ipods are great gifts
• DVD players
• Small televisions
• Money/Bonds/Gift cards
• Cell phone
Congratulations on your daughter's graduation. This is truly a time of celebration and time to remember so make this moment last. After four years of after school practice, late night essays and reports, last minute items due for school, late night shopping for items needed for school the next day, or even notice of an event to attend the next day. It is all over and you can enjoy what has become of all those headaches and smiles. Congratulations, parents and daughters, on ending one journey in life to begin another!
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