DIY Your Own Graduation Pictures!

Graduation is upon us and what an amazing accomplishment to capture!  If you don't have access to a photographer to get graduation photo's made, we have some tips for DIY graduation pictures that will let your graduate shine! Lighting: To capture the perfect graduation pictures, you don't need any fancy equipment or lighting setups, all

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Getting Your Teen Involved in Volunteering

Giving back to the community is a valuable skill to teach kids. Volunteerism is so important that some high schools require a minimum number of hours to graduate. In addition, colleges and scholarship programs consider a student’s volunteer hours in determining whether to award them with a placement.  How Do I Get My Teen Involved? 

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'Congrats' Banner

Easy as Pie ‘Congrats’ Banner for Your Graduating Senior

Even though graduation ceremonies have been put to a halt this spring, that doesn't mean that you can't celebrate your high school senior from home! Get festive with this DIY 'Congrats' Banner to decorate your home to celebrate your graduate! Supplies: colored construction paper of choice scissors  a silver sharpie  ribbon or string of your

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class of 2020

We Celebrate the Class of 2020 in Honor of Back-to-School Season!

Dear Class of 2020, If we had a crystal ball in August to see what the school year would end like, would you have done anything differently? Sure, maybe you wouldn’t have invested in that prom dress or tux that didn’t get worn, but deep down, would you have changed anything? Would you not have

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ACPS Announces Graduation Ceremony Plans for the Class of 2020

Due to COVID-19, graduation ceremonies all over the country have been canceled. To make sure Alachua County Public Schools (ACPS) students get the celebration they deserve, ACPS just announced their graduation ceremony plans for the class of 2020 as they “cross the finish line” of their high school career. From June 8-10, the Gainesville Raceway

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Celebrate the Class of 2020

Celebrate the Class of 2020 on Facebook Watch in May

While Alachua County has yet to announce how it will proceed regarding high school graduations during COVID-19, Facebook has decided to do something special for graduates across the country with #Graduation2020: Facebook and Instagram Celebrate the Class of 2020. This virtual commencement ceremony will start on May 15 at 2 p.m. and it will be

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