LIVINGSTON, NJ — With remote/hybrid learning and other quarantine-related restrictions, Livingston High School (LHS) seniors are not having the senior year they expected. In recognition of this, Livingston residents Stefanie Lichtstein, president of the LHS Home School Association (HSA) and mother of two female seniors, and Stefanie Cohen, LHS Project Graduation chair and mother of a senior male, are leading the charge to provide the Class of 2021 with a little extra encouragement within the Livingston community.
In conjunction with the Livingston Public Schools (LPS) administration, Lichtstein and Cohen are inviting Livingston residents to “Adopt the Class of 2021” by contributing to a fund that was recently created to help “fill the streets in town and showcase how Livingston is behind the Class of 2021.”
Monetary donations will be used to support the class in various ways, such as flying Lancer flags on township light poles, displaying banners at the homes of seniors, providing Livingston paraphernalia and more.
“Many of the students have walked these streets for years and soon will be heading off to their next chapter in life,” the senior moms said in a joint statement. “They will not get a redo on their senior year or be able to participate in the many senior year traditions. We are hoping to give them a few months of celebration as they approach graduation.”
To help Livingston “Adopt the Class of 2021,” residents can contribute to the effort via Venmo to @LHS-HSA or via check to the following address:
46 Heron Road
Livingston, NJ 07039
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