Project Graduation offers students a safe drug and alcohol free party after graduation

Math instructor Jerett Pfannenstiel explains Project Graduation to the senior class.

Isabelle Braun

Math instructor Jerett Pfannenstiel explains Project Graduation to the senior class.

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Project Graduation is a alcohol and drug-free party for seniors which will take place graduation night at FHSU’s Memorial Union.

Students must pay $30 to attend. Students will receive $15 back and the remaining money goes towards the food, drinks and prizes at the party.

Some of the prizes are fun items like T.V.s but other prizes include more practical items that students might not want to buy themselves, like plungers and vacuum cleaners.

Senior Jacie Robinson said she plans to go to Project Graduation because it will be the last time she can hang out with all of her classmates and make memories before they part ways.

“It’s our last event of the year so I’m going,” senior Madison Lisman said.

Senior Gabriela Arthur said that she plans to go to Project Graduation because all of her siblings went to it and had a fun time.

Not everyone plans to go even if it is the last time they may see many of their classmates.

“I am not planning to attend Project Graduation,” senior Tanner Haselhorst said. “I don’t see the point in going when you’ve already graduated to go back to a school related function regardless of the prizes.”

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