There’s no doubt about it; life has changed dramatically over the course of one year. Everything from the way we work to how we exercise has needed to go through a total overhaul due to the pandemic. Although those changes may be frustrating, very few compare to what students now have to deal with when it comes to their graduation. For many years, students have been told to work and study hard in order to one day graduate on the big stage. In today’s world, that end result is nearly impossible with strict guidelines in place to keep everyone safe. Instead, we at Brevard Health Alliance have some alternative graduation ceremony ideas to help you safely celebrate the graduate in your life.
As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child. However, that village should not gather in one spot for a graduation ceremony as the world continues to work to get COVID-19 under control. This does not mean they should be deprived of celebrating you or your child’s graduation, however.
Setting up a drive-thru parade is a great way not only to see those who made your graduation possible in person, but it also helps to keep in line with CDC recommendations regarding events during COVID.
Fortunately, innovations in technology have allowed society to utilize computers and the internet for schooling and many jobs. That is why online graduation ideas top many lists during these unprecedented times.
Over the past few months, an at-home graduation ceremony has become the norm. Relatives from around the country and the world can now tune in to see their loved one graduate, and in turn, the graduate can thank them personally for their support. Step up the fun by sending out invitations, decorating, dressing up, playing music and games, and even having a virtual guest speaker. Who says you have to miss out on the pomp and circumstance?
The graduation celebration ideas posted above are just a few of the options you have at your disposal. However, it is always recommended to check with experienced medical professionals first before attempting any celebrations. Contact Brevard Health Alliance for further information on how to keep your family safe this graduation season.