SCCPSS is preparing to hold in-person graduations for the Class of 2021. Sharing the information in a safe environment with seniors and their families about the expectations and requirements for graduation meant a “drive in" style event and every high school held such an event. To encourage participation and attendance, a raffle was held at each school. Business partner International Paper generously provided funds for an iPad for each high school as a grand prize! One lucky student from each school was selected at random.
“The Savannah Mill is happy to support the efforts for the class of 2021," said Karen Bogans, Mill Communications Manager at the Savannah Mill. “You all have done an outstanding job this school year managing change and focusing on keeping your students and family safe."
Photo: Johnson High Principal Derrick Dozier-Muhhammad selects a raffle ticket for a prize at the Senior Meeting. Prizes were made possible through community partners such as International Paper who donated funds for iPads, the Grand Prize at each meeting.