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The Nation’s High School Class of 2017 Announced

Grad Week-America Shines during Graduation Week.

Grad Week-America Shines during Graduation Week.

The Class of 2017 High School Graduates prepares to make their way in life. Come out and celebrate with them.

The trust had to be gained and self-belief had to be tried and tried again. Now the results are in. And it’s clear, those that contributed, have to be congratulated as well.””
— Albert Mitchell II
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY, USA, May 11, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- NJ MED celebrates with over 30,000 communities across the United States, as their young hopefuls chase their dreams and passions. With the 2nd Annual National High School Graduation Campaign kicks-off this month. High Schools will be hosting their annual graduating ceremonies to pass the baton to their high school seniors into adulthood.

Last year, NJ MED unveiled the National High School Graduation Campaign theme “Grad Week-America Shines during Graduation Week. Went One Hundred and ninety-one high schools from forty States and the District of Columbia participated in the first annual campaign, which celebrates students accomplishments, recognize teachers, and school staff, and thank parents and community groups for their support through social media.

The Campaign’s “Grad Week-America Shines during Graduation Week purpose is
• to thank high schools and community organizations for preparing and graduating students on time
• to congratulate parents, teachers, and school staff for helping students accomplish their educational goal

Albert Mitchell II, the founder and CEO of NJ MED said, “Last year, we had students, parents and alumni’s represent their high schools. This year we need for more School Districts to get involved, in thanking their high school principals, guidance departments, teachers and community base groups that contributed to the success of the graduating students.”

Mr. Mitchell II added, ‘Marching up a hill is hard enough, but without caring and dedicated adults, many of our nation’s high school graduates would have fallen through the cracks that exist. Four years is a long time. A lot of decisions had to be made by young minds. The trust had to be gained and self-belief had to be tried and tried again. Now the results are in. And it’s clear, those that contributed, have to be congratulated as well.”

To help School District’s recognize their High Schools, Principals and school staff, NJ MED has prepared a free toolkit. The Toolkit shows how to set-up the two-week social media campaign before each of their high school graduation ceremonies.

School Districts, High Schools or Community base organizations working with high schools interested in joining this year’s National Graduation Campaign and getting the free toolkit, please visit http://usstudentpledge.org/grad-week

For media inquiries, and access to key sound bites and images, please contact support@usstudentpledge.org and get immediate access.

Shomari Moore
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