32 Hashtags for the End of the School Year

The last day of school is a time for celebration. Finishing an academic school year is an achievement for you and your child. Sharing your joy on social media is a wonderful way to share your accomplishments. Using hashtags draws attention to your posts. If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following hashtags for the end of the school year.

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  1. #EndofSchoolYear
  2. #Classof2023
  3. #2023
  4. #Grad2023
  5. #ProudGradDad
  6. #ProudGradMom
  7. #Graduate
  8. #Graduation2023
  9. #GraduationCelebration
  10. #CelebrateGraduates
  11. #GraduationParty
  12. #HighSchoolGraduation
  13. #PreschoolGraduation
  14. #GraduationSeason
  15. #SchoolsOut
  16. #LastDayofSchool
  17. #WeMadeIt
  18. #SchoolsOut
  19. #SchoolMemories
  20. #MakeMemories
  21. #HighSchoolBound
  22. #CollegeBound
  23. #HighSchoolSquad
  24. #EndofTerm
  25. #ThankATeacher
  26. #SchoolMates
  27. #SchoolFriends
  28. #IDidIt
  29. #WeDidIt
  30. #OutofHer
  31. #SummerBreak
  32. #LetSummerBegin

31 Ideas to Celebrate the Last Day of School

Time goes by quickly. In a blink of an eye, your child is an adult. Take the time to embrace the daily triumphs. The memories will last a lifetime.

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The end of every school year is a milestone in your child’s life. Not to mention, you deserve personal recognition for your hard work too. School schedules are sometimes hectic with last-minute snacks, homework help, field trips, parent-teacher conferences, fundraisers, and on some days simply getting your child to school on time.

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When the last day of school arrives, celebrate. Scheduling conflicts may not allow your celebration to occur exactly on the last day, still, take the time to recognize the accomplishment. The celebration can be a simple family dinner with a special dessert to a large party with your child’s friends.

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If you are uncertain how to celebrate the end of the school year, ask your child for input. Often your child’s idea may be something you would have never thought about as a fun way to celebrate. If you need inspiration, check out the following for ideas to celebrate the last day of school.

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  1. Special homemade family dinner (let your child pick the meal)
  2. Go out to eat.
  3. Bake a celebration cake.
  4. Make breakfast for dinner.
  5. Family game night.
  6. Plan a trip to the local bookstore to purchase books for summer reading.
  7. Host a backyard BBQ
  8. Pool party (if the weather permits)
  9. Backyard beach party
  10. Harry Potter theme party
  11. Comic book, Star Wars, princess, or other theme parties
  12. End of the school year theme party
  13. Trip to the local ice cream shop
  14. Spa day (This is a favorite with teens. Summer haircut, new nail color, or facial).
  15. Create a sundae bar in your kitchen. (Banana splits with all the toppings are a great way to celebrate).
  16. Make root beer floats.
  17. Pizza party
  18. Video game night
  19. Outdoor games party
  20. Go to a local, state, or federal park. (Don’t forget the picnic basket)
  21. Scavenger hunt
  22. Movie night
  23. Slumber party
  24. Picnic in your own backyard.
  25. Host a bonfire.
  26. Plan a trip to an amusement park.
  27. Attend a major or minor league baseball game or other sporting events
  28. Water balloon “fight” or other water-related activities.
  29. Hang a banner. (Small gestures have a major impact on your child).
  30. A card with a gift certificate to your child’s favorite place.
  31. Visit an art gallery or museum.

The end-of-school-year celebrations are a fun way to acknowledge a year of hard work. Have fun and enjoy summer vacation.

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