Welcome to Project Graduation 2021! PG requires hundreds of parent volunteers, this event also depends on the financial support of ALL of our Class of 2021 families.
Project Graduation will take place Saturday, May 29th at Kingwood High School. Student Project Grad shirts are required for admission. Doors will open at 11pm and those who wish to attend must arrive by midnight. Students must be present at the time of the raffle drawings to be eligible for prizes. PG festivities will end by 6am. Please read all rules carefully prior to attending. All participants must also sign a waiver.
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CURRENT ACTION ITEMS:1. Project Graduation Student Shirt Pick UpProject Graduation student shirts will be included in the graduation packet pick-up. Graduation Ticket/Packet Pick-Up will take place in the KHS Commons from 12:30-2:30 pm on the following dates:
- Thursday, May 27, for students with Last Names A-K
- Friday, May 28, for students with Last Names L-Z
Students must be wearing a shirt to be admitted to Project Graduation.
2. Project Graduation Music
Be a part of choosing music selections to be played the night of the event.3. Dontations for Gift Card WalkProject Graduation 2021 is seeking donations of $5 and $10 gift cards for the Gift Card Walk (like a cake walk, but with gift cards!). This room is always a favorite at the event. Anyone who donates $25 in gift cards will receive $500 in extra Mustang bucks for their graduate to use at Project Grad. Gift cards can be dropped off at Jen Schmude's home at 6102 Longflower Lane in Riverchase any time. Please write your graduate's name on a sticky note or envelope so we can give credit for the donations. Thank you for supporting Project Graduation. Contact Jen with any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org)4. PG VolunteersATTENTiON 2021 PARENTS! We cannot run this event without help. Please sign up for a shift!5. PG Family DonationsProject Graduation has always received great support from our community, however we expect this year will be more difficult to raise needed funds. So many businesses took years to recover from Hurricane Harvey and are now struggling to stay open with Covid-19. We know our local businesses love KHS, but we understand that many will not be able to donate at the level they have in the past. Given that, we need family support this year more than ever. The suggested donation amount is $100 per student. Families can pay in installments. Click here for donation information and rewards. Thank you to our 2021 PG SPONSORS!
Looking for the quickest and easiest way to give a donation? Use the Venmo QR Code below and be sure to include your student's informatin in the "What is it for?" field
Project Graduation General Information:
The concept behind Project Graduation began in the early 1980s. At that time, numerous students lost their lives in alcohol-related automobile accidents associated with graduation parties. Concerned parents decided to take a stand, and the idea of a substance-free event for the entire class to celebrate together was born. The parents of the Class of 2021 are proud to continue this tradition and provide a memorable, extraordinary and safe celebration for our graduating students. Project Graduation is a free, all-night event open to all KHS seniors!
It is also a huge event that takes 9-10 months to plan, requiring more than $75,000 in operational costs and a substantial amount of volunteer support. While we don’t know what the future holds, we choose to believe we will have an event for our kids and we are getting to work!.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and all donations are tax-deductible. Payments can be made many ways: Venmo or Zelle (please include your student’s name in the comments) to email@example.com. Please be sure to type the email address correctly! We can also accept checks using this check payment form. For cash donations, please contact our treasurer, Amy Foutz, at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange delivery.
Thank you for your support for this great event. Best wishes to you and your student for a great senior year!