Remember all the things that your senior has done? All the activities and events that kept you busy? All the photos and programs that you have collected over the years? Now is the time to bring all those memories together for you and your senior to enjoy! Collages of your senior's childhood will be displayed at the party.
Memory Collages are due May 17th for school display.
If you miss the May deadline for school display, they can still be accepted at school until June 6th for viewing at the Graduate All-Night Party.
How to Prepare Your Collage
Gather a collection of photos of your senior. Find ones that illustrate the early years as well as this last year of high school. Be sure to have pictures that include your student with friends plus activities they have been involved in. You may even want to include programs, news articles and tickets from important events. The best part about the collages will be the opportunity for your student and his/her classmates to reflect on their “history”.
Create a collage either manually or digitally no larger than 16” x 20". If creating a manual collage do not post photos onto foam board, use a thin paper backing that can be laminated.
Please laminate the copy of your collage before turning it in.
Title the poster: Place your student’s name on the front of the collage.
Provide ID: On the back, print your student’s first and last name, school name and graduation year. This is important for identification purposes.
Deliver your collage to your student’s high school office by May 17 for school display. Collages will still be collected at the schools until June 8th for use at the party. They will be showcased on tables, allowing students to sift through them.
Pictures: Pictures will be taken of each collage and will be saved for future class reunions.
Returned: If you'd like your collage returned, they may be picked up at the end of the party to be taken home, or at the school office the following week.
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