High School graduation is a milestone you won’t soon forget. For at least the past twelve years, you’ve undoubtedly heard, “What grade are you in?, “What is your favorite subject”, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Now that you’ve completed your last school grade, your story and life journey begins!
Some of you may be off to college in the fall, others have committed to serving in the United States military and some are ready to hit the ground running and get to work! Whatever your path, the time you spent in school will bring back memories of your favorite teacher, an exciting field trip, band concerts, Friday night football games or the part in the play where you had the audience on the edge of their seats and so much more!
Community members, like myself and members of the SACK coalition, often feel as though your graduation is an extension of who we are as a community. We may have never meet but we noticed your involvement, watched you grow and may have visited with proud family members once or twice. There is a great sense of pride knowing that we are sending the next generation of educated, spirited, goal-oriented and talented young adults into the world to do great things! In a small way we hope we have contributed to your success.
On behalf of the SACK Coalition, we wish you both a happy ending and an exciting future – congratulations graduates!
SACK Coalition Coordinator
Better Choices | Better Lives
“We are Better Together”
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