HOHENWALD, Tenn. (WTVF) — Lewis County High School is honoring their seniors in a supersized way.
School administrators created individual posters of the 105 seniors to hang up in Hohenwald.
"When we did get the news that school would not resume, automatically our director of schools, our city mayor, chief of police, everybody came together and said 'what are we going to do for this group of seniors?'" said Principal Stacey Graves. "[We wanted] to make sure they get the recognition they deserve."
Graves coordinated with Mac Brown Photography to print the head-shots and a banner featuring the face of every senior.
"I love these kids... I thought I loved them to the max when I had them in the building and this term of being away from the student body I guess one thing I have learned is there is no limit on love, love can always get bigger," Graves said.
The banners will be given to the students and their families on graduation day which is scheduled for June 12.