Here in Norway, they don't have Graduation day or Recognition days for all school levels like they do in the Philippines. They do have a program before school vacation to mark the end of school year.
How about in your country?
Anyway, this is me and Ethan ready for the day.
Here is his mother ( my daughter) his father and another grandmother who was excited like the rest of us!
We went to their school where the ceremony would be held! Look what I found.
Snow white and the seven dwarfs
Ethan and his daddy waiting for the teacher.
They named the rooms after the saints
Nice to see the children's works on the wall
Ethan and his best friend
Ethan loved this school because it was bigger than the other school that he went last year.
This was the auditorium where graduation was held. The parents were sitting at the back of the children. Although it was only a graduation for the kindergartens, but they were many so a big place was needed.
The children went forward pair by pair before sitting on their places. They had to rehearsed for so many days for that day.
Here were all the parents. Grandmothers or relatives were not allowed here, so we found a place at the upper part of the auditorium.
They started the ceremony by singing the national anthem
Followed by the speech of the head priest which was I thought should be given to High school graduates instead.
And as expected, the kids didn't understand and they just entertained themselves. The teachers kept telling them to sit still, but they just couldn't. I really understand them:)
Anyway, time for Ethan to receive his diploma and the reward for being bright in the class.
At the end, the children sung for the parents!
Then, I bought a cake for Ethan as a gift
His father treated us to eat all you can Restaurant
Thank you Ethan for such a memorable day for grandma:)
How about you? Have you been to a Graduation day of your children, grandkids or siblings?