It’s an exciting day for students and families seeing your son or daughter on the stage, all dressed up and smiling from ear to ear. So many dreams are being made. So many plans for the future are being discussed. So how do you make it easier emotionally and physically? Here are 8 tips on Surviving Graduation day: Arrive early to the venue. Your child will most likely have to be there at a certain time, but you should arrive at least an hour early to secure good seats to view where your child is sitting on stage. Eat and drink plenty before you go. Some graduations will take an hour and a half and others can go as long as 4 hours. The later being colleges, but some high school graduations could be 2 plus hours depending on the number of students. Bring tissues. It’s a happy day, but you don’t know what your emotions will be like on that day. So proud and excited for them, but the memories of when they were younger will pop into your mind. Bring your camera and phone. You don’t want to risk missing this exciting time. I left my phone...