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Project Grad Ideas   A How-To Manual

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INVITATION


GETTING STARTED
When should the first planning meeting be, and who should be invited?

Many communities begin planning and fundraising for their seniors' Project Grad when those students are freshmen. If you must wait until theyare seniors, try to hold the first planning meeting as early in the school yearas possible. November or December is not too soon, although senior classeswith smaller enrollments may start planning a little later.

The small group of student planners who originate the idea for Project Grad should decide among themselves who should be invited to thefirst planning meeting. Some veteran planners have said that it is best toinclude at least one or two members from key groups - students, parents,teachers, and even business persons.

What decisions need to be made at the first informal planning meeting?

A list of discussion items should be made before the meeting so that timemay be spent constructively. Some of the areas you may choose to addresscould be the types of committees that will be needed; whether thecommittees will be made up of students only, or of a combination ofstudents, parents, and teachers; approximately how much money will needto be raised through donations, fundraisers, and ticket sales; and howenthusiasm may be spread to other students, parents, school employees,and to the community-at-large.

Which group will take the lead in planning the party?

Is Project Grad for seniors by seniors? For seniors by parents, withhelp from school personnel? For seniors by school personnel, with help fromparents and the business community?

For the purposes of this booklet, it will be assumed that your Project Grad is being organized by seniors, with assistance from parents,school personnel, local business persons, and members of the media. But itshould be noted that there have also been some very successful Project Grad where parents or school administrators took the lead.

Who is the chairperson (or chairpersons) whose job will be to oversee theplanning process?

It is very important to have one, or even two, students who will takeresponsibility for coordinating the work of the various committees andoverseeing the entire project. It is a big job, and it's not for a shy or overlysensitivestudent. Past Project Grad chairpersons have reported thatthe job is as rewarding as it is big, and knowing that they may have played arole in saving the lives of their friends is more than enough payment for theheadaches that come with being "the boss."

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