[Photos]: High schools show seniors signs of support
All three Tri-Town high schools have taken signs of support quite literally when it comes to their seniors, providing them with lawn signs to build class pride even when students can’t be in class.
Mattapoisett business Village Signs made and donated all of the signs for Old Rochester Regional High School seniors. In addition, the school is asking families to show support by decorating their front doors with their senior’s name, hobbies, future college or some combination.
Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School held a senior sign day, where instructors in the various shops went to their seniors houses to install signs (wearing masks and keeping a required social distance, of course).
When Old Colony posted to Facebook about the signs, many families commented on the post, saying how much it meant to them, and how it made them feel that they were still included.
Norwood Printing made and donated the signs to Old Colony.
At Tabor Academy, the signs are personalized with each student’s name. Tabor intends to send each student their sign, but first they will line the Tabor Campus section of Front Street through the end of this weekend.