Project Graduation is a national program that originated in 1979, as a response to the in-creased number of casualties that were occurring during the graduation season due to drugs and alcohol. We hope to offer a safe
Project Graduation is a national program that originated in 1979 (Oxford Hills, Maine) as a response to the increased number of casualties that were occurring during the graduation season due to drugs and alcohol. Copperas Cove High School is proud to be a part of this effort to maintain a safe, fun environment for our graduating Seniors. This program involves hosting an all-night lock-in celebration on graduation night, May 29, 2020. This year’s celebration will be held at a venue in Copperas Cove, and will include an all-night food buffet, musical entertainment, sporting competitions, games, prizes and much more.
We hope to show our graduates that there is an alternative to attending parties where alcohol and drugs may be available, but we need your help.
Project Graduation is non-profit entity and funded 100% by fundraising and donations. We could not hold this celebration without generous monetary donations from parents, friends, and the community.
To help make this a memorable night for our graduates, we need your support in the form of a monetary donation. Any donation amount would be greatly appreciated and contribute immeasurably to a successful celebration.
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