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Congratulations to the Graduates of 2020!

Graduation is a time of transition and a conclusion for different phases of your life. This year it looks so different than any of us have imagined and our hearts grieve for their missed experiences and memories. We are also amazed at their abilities to adapt to all of the changes thrown at them. We want to thank all the university, high schools, middle schools, elementary schools, preschools, and school districts for not giving up and putting things out there to help your students still feel like this time is special and that they matter. You do matter and are the strong class of 2020! 

Graduation is special. Graduation is the culmination of hard work, long hours, studying, socializing, and another chapter in who we are as people for each level that we move forward in. It is a time for support, for joy, and for celebrating being done with 1 year, 5 years, 8 year, 12 years, 14 years, 16 years, and all the additional time it takes to earn Master's Degrees and Doctoral Degrees.

This year, it it also heartbreaking for the students and their families, for the professors and teachers and counselors who have helped the students grow and succeed, and for the school leaders who are missing the students in their facilities, for all the final moments that happen during graduation weeks/ finals/ and the final moments of relationships that have built through the years in the state where they were created. These relationships are not over, some of them change, some of them get better or stronger, some of them become mentors, and some just become a part of positive memories of your educational journeys. 

If you are struggling to find motivation during this time or positive moments, there are a bunch of graduation speeches and thoughts for this year in particular available for free by listening to the I Heart Radio Graduation Podcasts

We are proud of you graduates and cannot wait to be able to celebrate with you when we can safely. Congratulations to the Class of 2020!

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