PHS Project Graduation is a huge success

Marc Hoeltge and Albert Chen play foosball

PARSIPPANY — Project Graduation has become a proud tradition at Parsippany High School. It is an exciting all-night event that is tobacco, drug and alcohol free. PHS has continued it’s tradition with Project Graduation being held at Woodbridge Community Center and was available for all Parsippany High School graduating seniors. The seniors left Parsippany High School on Thursday, June 21 at 10:00 p.m. and arrived at Woodbridge Community Center just after 11:00 p.m. for a night of fun, food and entertainment.

The primary aims of Project Graduation activities are to increase awareness of the dangers of drinking, drugging and driving and to reduce the number of youth involved in alcohol and other drug-related highway crashes. Across the country, Project Graduation and the chemical-free celebrations it inspired are the new tradition for graduating seniors.

Parsippany High Assistant Principal Mr. Michael DiBernard roller blading at Project Graduation
Parsippany High School swimming in the pool
Basketball anyone?
Seniors enjoyed playing pool
Rachael Wang and Brielle Wyka playing table tennis
Principal Dr. Denis Mulroony playing table tennis with some seniors
Alice Limanova and Elle Xue playing foosball
Talia Wynzel getting ready to rollerblade
Fabio Castillo enjoying the food at Project Graduation
Marc Hoeltge and Albert Chen play foosball
Noah Lustig roller blading
A senior roller blading

On behalf of the students, parents, and staff members involved with Project Graduation for the Class of 2018 they would like to thank the supporters for their continued support to this activity. All contributions are used to defray the costs of supplies, rental fees, and entertainment.

It is because of your continued support that Project Graduation in Parsippany is a success. The parents, students, and staff of the Class of 2018 thank you for your continued support!

Acorn Home Improvements Inc.
Action Carpet Care and Maintenance Co.
Advocare, LLC
AF Food LLC DBA Anthony Franco
Alan Jay Rich
Anthony & Sons Bakery
B&G Foods
Baldwin Bagel
Barnes & Noble of Morris Plains
Bed, Bath & Beyond
Bedding Shoppe
BJ’s of Ledgewood
Bordeaux Estates
Brooklawn School PTA
Caggiano Orthodontics, LLC
Central Middle School PTA
Cerbo Lumber & Hardware
Cheesecake of Rockaway
Cheesecake of Wayne
Chipotle of Morris Plains
Colonial Heights, LLC
Custom Decorators Workroom
Cutting Edge Landscaping of NJ
CVS Denville
D&B Chinese Food
DePasquale the Spa
Dunkin Donuts
Election Fund of Loretta Gragnani
Fuddruckers of Parsippany
Gripp Plumbing & Heating, LLC
Habit Burger
Hills of Troy Neighborhood Association
Home Depot of Parsippany
iPlay America
Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany Foundation
Knollwood School PTA
Lakeland Hills YMCA
Wendy’s of Parsippany (Lenfam Management Company)
Littleton School PTA
MAC Alliance
Manhattan Bagel
Martha Rauch
Michael J. dePierro, Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Council
Modells of Parsippany
Morris County Building trades
Morris Hills Veterinary Clinic
Mr. Church
Northvail School PTA
Palermo’s Pizza
Panera Bread of Parsippany
Paradise Total Spa and Nails
Parsippany Foot & Ankle
Parsippany-Troy Hills Elks Lodge No. 2078
Partridge Run Apartments, Inc.
Pelican Ski Shop
PHS Anonymous Teachers and Staff
Priola Funeral Service, Inc.
Prohaircutters of Morris Plains
RE/MAX First Choice Realtors
Rider Insurance
Ro-Lo Systems, Inc.
Robert J. Iracane
Saint Peter the Apostle Church
Shop Rite of Greater Morristown Thom-Mist, Inc.
Shop Rite of Parsippany
ShopRite of Parsippany Stars Program
St. Ann Church
St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church
Stop & Shop of Morris Plains
Super Foodtown of Lake Hiawatha
Susan Ling D.M.D. PC
The Michael Konner Corporation
Tilcon New York, Inc.
Troy Hills School PTA
Uptown Art of Denville
Verrille’s Bakery
Veterans of Foreign Wars-Post 10184
Visions Federal Credit Union
Watnong VFW Post #3401
Wegmans of Hanover
Woman’s Club of Parsippany Troy Hills