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What do you think of graduation ceremonies for lower grades?


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jesusluvsus June 15, 2010

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I am a first time monm of a 3 year old boy. I am 38 years old and when my son was leaving daycare to go to headstart; the daycare did a very nice ceremony for ALL the kids that was going on and I think that it's great to have the ceremonies.


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turkeymom June 14, 2010

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I think an end of the year celebration should be enough. Not all accomplishments in life come with pomp and circumstance. Being proud within yourself is the true reward.


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amooyoung June 14, 2010

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Awards/certificates should suffice, maybe something a little extra for kids with Honors. To say that a cap/gown ceremony for lower grade motivates children to strive harder is ridiculous. Motivation, sense of worth, etc. all comes from morals.


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carolagrimanta June 12, 2010

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I think they are great (but no caps or gowns). Honor Awards for students who really deserve them, and End of the year Certificates for everybody.


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buchanan1 June 8, 2010

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I think they all should feel a sense of achievemnet. Caps and gown for all. I had three kids graduate this year and only one of them did not graduate in a cap and gown. I felt he missed out on what that feeling is like.


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MelissaLeslie June 8, 2010

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I think they need something to strive for. Kindergarten, fifth grade, eight and twelth would be good graduations


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annetteceliz June 8, 2010

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its wonderful.... it allows kids to feel proud of what they've acomplished


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momgia June 6, 2010

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i believe that every grade should be reconized. it makes the child want to achieve more and more every year.


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mslynn June 4, 2010

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I feel that there should be some type of recognition but not a cap & gown


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KidsonBoard June 3, 2010

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Great idea for Kinder, 6th (if school is K-6), 8th (if school is K-8) and definitely 12th. It mades us proud parents to see our students progress.




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