Space
Space
Left
Graduation Project

Select A New Club or Organization
Contact:
Jeff Lovingood Phone Icon 910-347-2958 Email Icon Email
  Dal Tomlinson Phone Icon 910-347-2958 Email Icon Email

Dixon High School Graduation Project for Seniors

Welcome to the Dixon High School Graduation Project for Seniors website. Click HERE for overview.

The information provided is designed to help you navigate through the requirement in the process of completing a Graduation Project.  We will provide information, instructions, forms, and other useful tips throughout the year. This page will also serve as an aid in conjunction with the EDMODO site. Students can access the EDMODO site and join the group/ DHS GRADUATION PROJECT The membership code for is gdkumj. Parents and guardians are welcome to join  as well. The EDMODO site will be the primary site for GP info and dates Check both this webpage and EDMODO often.

There are four parts to the Graduation Project: 

PRODUCT- WHAT YOU ARE DOING YOUR TOPIC. YOU MUST HAVE AT LEAST 10 CONTACT HOURS WORKING ON THIS WITH YOUR MENTOR

PAPER –RESEARCH BASED AND CITED (SEE EDMODO FOR REQUIREMENTS)

PORTFOLIO: THE ACTUAL “NOTEBOOK” DOCUMENTING YOUR WORK

PRESENTATION: 8-10 MINUTES IN LENGTH B EFORE A SELECTED PANEL OF JUDGES

Remember to check the calendar and/or timelines for due dates.  Items due should be turned in to your seminar teacher in your portfolio.   If you will not be in attendance at school that day for any reason, you must make arrangements for your material to be turned in on time. Due dates are the LAST day, not the ONLY day.  Consequences for late work will be outlined in the Graduation Project seminars at the beginning of the semester.

There are four  types of forms on the EDMODO site and they are divided by category:

Optional - may be needed based on what your product is; most people will need the Photo/Video Release form if people other than themselves are in the visuals.

Required - everyone must complete these at some point during the project

Info - gives background, instructions, guidelines, directions, etc. for parts of the project

Rubric - gives the scoring or evaluation criteria for each component of the project; should be included when component is turned in for evaluation

Sample - provides examples of items students must include in their portfolios

Right