Project Graduation in the news: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/franklin-township/sections/giving-back/articles/food-truck-festival-benefits-project-graduation-at-franklin-high-school-2
Graduating Students Will not have to make a decision to use drugs or alcohol on graduation night Will not have to drive or worry about driving with someone who has been drinking or taking drugs Will learn what a great time they can have without the use of alcohol or other drugs Will help establish a new tradition that works as a positive force to combat chemical use and driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs Will all have a party to attend on graduation night and will get to celebrate with their classmates Will not have to pay for a great evening of fun
Will look back on this party as a very special night to remember
Permission slips are due (available in FHS Main Office) to the FHS Main Office, no later than June 15 each year.
Parents Will know their children won't be using alcohol or drugs at this event Will know their children will not be driving under the influence, riding as passengers with a drunk or drugged driver, and they will not be out on the road where another drunk or drugged driver may hit them Will know where their graduates are, and that they are having a great time under careful supervision Will be able to participate in the planning and help to pass on this new tradition
Will get to know other parents working at Project Graduation and may get involved in other school related activities after seeing how much fun this is
Will realize that many people in the community are concerned with the use of drugs and alcohol by our youth The Community Will know that its teens will not become just another grim statistic Will learn that working together toward one common goal can make a difference Will take pride in providing a positive experience for teens