A couple of notable grad stories.
In Mississippi, several people, including students, received fines for cheering too loudly at a high school graduation. I myself have mixed feelings. While one person describes graduation as a "sacred event," (a description I don't agree with), there has to be some respect for ALL who attend. Cheering so loudly that you drown out the next student's name being called is not cool. (Also, bringing an air horn to an indoor graduation, is also not cool but it happened at one son's middle school graduation.)
Mutual respect at a happy event should be the order of the day.
(Also, as someone who has now graduated two sons from both high school and college, I have to smile at all the "rules" at the graduation ceremonies versus universities. Roosevelt wouldn't allow anything written on caps nor flowers. Meanwhile, you go to another SPS high graduation and find...messages on caps and flowers.)
Senior prank or just annoying and wrong? 72,000 ladybugs set loose in a high school.
Great senior comment from one young lady.
I need feminism because I intend on marrying rich and I can't do that if my wife and I are making .75 cent (sic) for every dollar a man makes.Finally, the seniors at Kahuku High in Oahu put on quite a show including Shake it Off and Uptown Funk and our hometown favorite, Macklemore (I don't recognize the graduation song they start with, anyone?) Naturally they end with a Hawaiian dance/chant. Good job, kids!