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Department of Transportation statistics clearly show the large spike in drunk and alcohol related teenage deaths on the night of high school graduation.Keller High School Project Graduation offers a parent supervised, drug and alcohol free graduation... Read more
Department of Transportation statistics clearly show the large spike in drunk and alcohol related teenage deaths on the night of high school graduation.Keller High School Project Graduation offers a parent supervised, drug and alcohol free graduation celebration to keep teenagers off the road, in a safe, drug and alcohol free, parent supervised graduation celebration. It is our mission to keep kids from becoming another tragic statistic.
Keller High School Project Graduation is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) parent run organization which raises funds to provide a drug and alcohol free celebration for every graduating senior on the evening of graduation - June 8Th, 2013.
Based on the original 1980 Project Graduation of Oxford Hills Maine, and the Department of Transportation initiative, we the parents of KHS Seniors come together to make possible a memorable, safe, fun, all night, after graduation celebration that keeps the graduates off the road, prevents any of them from becoming an accident statistic, and allows parents to rest easy knowing that their son/daughter is safely celebrating with peers.
With a graduating class of aproximately 670 students, this celebration is only possible through corporate and parent donations of time and funds. Please consider helping us keep Keller High School students off the road, and help us keep our community safer.