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Project Graduation 2016-17

Project Graduation is a committee of parents/adults, along with the Senior Class Advisor, who work together to provide graduating seniors a FREE, substance-free, all-night celebration on graduation night. The goal of Project Graduation is to keep our children safe on one of the most memorable days of their lives.

Project Graduation Needs You!

We need your help! The committee works all year to raise funds to host this party.  It takes a large group of people to make it possible.  Join us at the meetings and/or help with our events (see below!). Your support in any way is greatly appreciated!

We welcome parents/guardians of ALL classes to join as this is not only for the graduating senior class ... funds are also raised for future graduating classes of MHS.

 

We can't do it without you!

If you would like to support us with a donation, that's great!

Please click the "Donate" button to use a payment card OR your PayPal account.

This is also the button for online payments for Flamingo Flockings, Lawn Signs, tickets, etc. Please note in the comment box what you are paying for, and submit a copy of your payment confirmation to the email address you are ordering from.





Get "in the loop" by joining the mailing list.
Click on this Google Groups icon!

 

  

 

Upcoming Events/Fundraisers:

MHS Project Graduation is an IRS Chapter 501(c)3 Charitable Organization, so donations and volunteer mileage are deductible to the extent of the law.


***June 16th - MHS Graduation and Safe Graduation Party!

      We need volunteers to work at the party! Please click the link below to access our volunteer sign-up document:

      https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1exZP6VV_QQS26AYmL82wg4ce1J3VSFZfXjqUt9rcsOw/edit#gid=1793145629

 

     CLICK HERE to view a copy of the Project Graduation Party student permission slip


***December - Goods & Services Auction

      Our major fundraiser. Co-chairs needed for December 2017! 

***February - Evening of Elegance

      Ticketed fundraiser dinner dance at Wadsworth Mansion for senior students and parents by invitation.

***Graduation Lawn Signs

      Corrugated plastic congratulations signs with wire stands, personalized with your student's name, to display on your lawn to show your pride!

      The deadline to order signs for 2017 has passed, and no more orders will be taken.


***Ongoing:

     Flamingo Flocking is a year-round fundraiser. With a $25 donation, A FLOCK OF PLASTIC FLAMINGOS will mysteriously  appear on the lawn of your friend, family, or neighbor!  (Middletown area only). Project Graduation volunteers will install a flock when you least expect it, leaving them to brighten your "victim's"  day and bring smiles to the faces of passers-by. For an additional $5, we'll include a short, personalized message attached to one of the flamingos! Great for birthdays, graduation, anniversaries, sporting events, new baby, and any special occasion!
Anti-Flocking Insurance is also available for a premium of only $10. This guarantees that a flock will not roost on your lawn as they migrate through the city. Please e-mail either request to MHSflamingos@gmail.com  Project Grad will make every effort to accommodate date requests, however, flockings are done on a first-come, first-served basis once payment is received. Click here for Flocking Flyer.

     Supermarket Fundraisers - Stop & Shop and Price Chopper supermarkets give rewards to school groups through your store loyalty cards if they are registered for the programs. MHS Project Graduation will be the recipient of rewards based on dollar amounts purchased by cardholders when you shop - at NO COST to you and without affecting your rewards programs whatsoever! It only takes a minute to sign up your cards for the school programs on the store sites.

     Click here for Supermarkets flyer.

     Restaurant Fundraisers - Will be set up with various area restaurant for Project Grad to receive donations based on sales on a particular day. Sign up for our mailing list above by clicking on the Google Groups icon to receive messages about dates and instructions for participating.

     Company Matching and Charitable Donations  - Check with your employer as to whether they offer monetary donations or goods to charities, or matching of employee charitable donations, or donations based on employee volunteer hours.

     Sponsorships - are always welcome! Perhaps your family, business or employer would like their name prominently displayed in advertising and signage this or every year? Please contact our main email address and let us know!

Meetings: 

 

Meetings will be held each month at the MHS Library/Media Center at 6:30pm.

Meeting reminders will be sent to our mailing list - please join!

Currently scheduled:

Wed. Dec. 14th

Tue. Jan. 3rd,

Tue. Feb. 7th [canceled]

Tue. Mar. 7th

Tue. April 4th

Wed. May 10th

Current Board and Committee / contact information:

PGrad Co-Chair

Kris Hightower

MHS.PGrad@gmail.com

PGrad Co-Chair
 Vacant 
TreasurerJanice Drescher

jjdtdrescher@att.net

SecretaryKim Molski

kimandmarsh@aol.com

Publicity Coordinator 

 

Flamingo Flocking CoordinatorCindy Augeri

caugeri@sbcglobal.net

 Volunteer Coordinator
 Camille Smith

 c_andria@sbcglobal.net

 Graduation Lawn Signs

 Sandra Cardella
 cardellas@comcast.net

Auction Co-Chairs

for December 2017

 Dawn-Marie O'Reilly 

Senior Class Advisor

Olivia Hornberger

hornbergero@mpsct.org

General Information/Contact MHS.PGrad@gmail.com

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