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Dear Senior Parents and or Guardians, 

The class of 2022 Grad Night will be here before you know it!  An important part of Grad Night is the“Memory Wall,” which is a collection of individual photo collages displaying a photo history of the graduating seniors.  To do this, we ask each senior’s family to create these collages.  Instructions are below:

                                Please turn in on or before May 20, 2022

  • Collect photos of your student. These can be from birth to present or just high school years.  Include

  • pictures from birthdays, vacations, sports, family and friends, whatever will make your student proud.  DO NOT include photos that would embarrass your senior.  

  • Arrange and attach the photos horizontally or vertically on an 11X17 or 12X18 legal Size paper. No bigger than 12X18.

  • Make 2 color copies of your photo collage at a copy center of your choice. We ask that you make 2 so that the students are not tempted to take the one on display home.  

  • Put your child’s name on either the front or back side.

  • Laminate the color copy. 

  • Turn in laminated copy to Granada Office by May 20th. The office is open M-F 8:00 – 4:00. 

  • Students will not be bringing the collages home with them. If you create the collage yourself, be sure to make a copy of the picture of the original. The collages are not returned to you. They are saved at school to display at future reunions.

  • You can order your collages from Costco and have it mailed directly to you.

  • Office Max will laminate the collage for approximately $2.50.

We ask that you make 2 copies of your students' collage... one for the school and one to keep.  One copy for the school to keep and use for future reunions and one for you to keep for your student/family.
We hope you will take time to complete this project and share special memories of your child with their classmates.

Thank You!

For Questions, Contact: 
Gini Wright 925-640-0102 or
Rebecca Hardesty 925-449-9742

Still have questions about the Memory Wall? Ask us here!