HASBROUCK HEIGHTS/WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Hasbrouck Heights and Wood-Ridge High Schools, along with others throughout the county, will honor the Class of 2020 in lights beginning Friday, May 1.
Wood-Ridge Superintendent Nicholas Cipriano made the announcement as part of his Superintendent's Report at Monday night's Board of Education meeting. He said it is an initiative in Bergen County and the NJSIAA in support of the seniors.
The lights at Donna Ricker Field in Wood-Ridge and Depken Field in Hasbrouck Heights will be turned on at 8:20 p.m., starting Friday, May 1. They will stay lit for 20 minutes and 20 seconds, 20:20.
"It's just something to give back to our seniors," said Cipriano.
Hasbrouck Heights High School principal Linda Simmons announced the honor in lights last Friday in an email to the parents.
We see the light in each of our seniors. Their luminescence makes us feel so much joy and pride. In honor of the HH graduating class of 2020, every Friday night beginning May 1st, the lights at Depken Field will be turned on to shine brightly at 2020 (8:20pm), for 20 min. and 20 sec. This will symbolize the beacon they have been for our school. We encourage them to continue to light up Bergen County(#LightUpBergenCounty) and the world. Their accomplishments will forever shine in our hearts. Thank you seniors.
Mrs. Simmons, HS Principal
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