The #1 Properties family is beyond proud of its 2020 high school graduates, and would like to congratulate them on obtaining their diplomas. Their hard work has helped prepare them to reach for the stars for a bright future.
Congratulations for setting yourself up for success Class of 2020! "The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams" - Eleanor Roosevelt
Kacey Scheiderer - Central High School, daughter of Fela Scheiderer
Greta Woods - East High School, daughter of Leah Woods
Jesse Fomstrom - Pine Bluffs High School, son of Natacha Gaspar
Joise Mores - Central High School, niece of Dee Mores
Katy Smith - East High School, daughter of Darin and Alicia Smith
Luke Gerig - Central High School, son of Kim Gerig
Macy Palmer - Central High School, sister of Nicole Castillon
To all of the graduates out there we would like to say "Congratulations!!!" This is a difficult time to recognize our graduates, but there are still many ways to help them celebrate during this time. Here are some great ideas to help make your graduate feel special.
1) Create a Virtual "Kudos Board"
Go to Kudoboard.com to create an online card filled with messages, GIFs, videos and photos for graduates of all ages. You can also upload a virtual documentary using Trello, Google Drive, Slack, Zoho, or Microsoft OneNote.
2) Organize a Car Parade
Have your child's friends and family decorate their cars and slowly drive around the neighborhood honking and celebrating.
3) Front Door Photo Collage
Put together a large collage of your favorite photos of your graduate throughout the years, and proudly display them on the front door.
4) Display a Yard Sign
Check with your school district to see if they are coordinating yard sign distributions for graduates. If they are not, you can order one from online.
5) Plan a Graduation-Themed Dinner
Prepare your graduate's favorite meal and have the whole family dress up for the occasion. Decorate the graduate's chair and have them in full cap and gown. Each family member can present the graduate with a "diploma" filled with their favorite memories of them throughout the years.
6) Organize a Virtual Party
Send out a festive invitation to family and friends to partake in a virtual party celebration. Everyone can join in on the fun of congratulating the graduate, and to keep things lively you can give congratulatory speeches, sing karaoke or create a TikTok dance.