There are many details to consider when planning a graduation or convocation. Organizers have to create a guest list, send out invitations, choose a venue, distribute tickets. The to-do list goes on and on.
That’s why we pulled together a few tips to help navigate the event planning process. By following the steps below, your next graduation or convocation ceremony will go off without a hitch.
With football games, drama performances, and graduation ceremonies, there’s always some kind of school event to plan. However, as wonderful as school events are, they can be extremely hard to plan and execute—especially if you’re a teacher or administrator tasked with planning an event on top of your daily responsibilities.
Teachers and administrators have a lot to take care of in their primary roles, before considering additional tasks such as ensuring the school musical and graduation are memorable events for all involved. The time commitment associated with planning these events is often underestimated and can even come out of their after-school hours. While everyone wants to make sure that the event is a success, leveraging technology can significantly reduce the commitment needed, which allows for more time spent on what matters most, teaching.