TOP PHOTO: Signs honoring future high school graduates popped up around the county on Thursday like blooms on a dogwood tree.
Katherine Ayers with CCHS places a sign in the yard of a Cougar graduate to-be.
JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County and Jellico High Schools’ seniors were surprised, recognized and honored on Thursday.
Cherry Ann Wilson helped post signs for Jellico Blue Devil graduates to be on Thursday.
Missy Troutman with CCHS served as one of the volunteers
On Thursday morning, a team of 33 volunteers hit the road delivering a little more than 400 signs to the homes of future high school graduates across the county and beyond. It was a most unique show of honor during this most unique time in our history.
Katherine Ayers’ daughter Julia was one of the first graduates to be to receive her sign.
CCHS Senior Counselor Katherine Ayers said, “We were all so touched by the positive outpouring of gratitude by students and their families.”
From Rocky Top to Speedwell and from Elk Valley to Demory, signs were posted in yards of seniors. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 04/17/2020-6AM-PHOTOS COURTESY OF KATHERINE AYERS)