RANDOLPH, NJ- Motorists traveling down Millbrook Ave on Saturday morning were treated to a "Feel Good" surprise when they reached the area in front of Randolph High School, seeing both sides of the street lined with signs for every one of the soon to be graduating class of 2020 RHS seniors.

"The photo banners were a labor of love on behalf of the High School PTSO who financed the project," said Principal Debbie Iosso.  "Mrs. O'Leary and Mrs. Oliveira put together the order, our yearbook students labeled the pictures, and a dedicated team of Randolph personnel  assembled and displayed the banners.  We are one amazing community."

PTSO President Jennifer DeMelfi expressed, "It was one of the ways we wanted to recognize and show love for our seniors."

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Social Media exploded with expressions of appreciation for the signs, along with encouragement and support for the Class of 2020, who has seen their final days of high school filled with uncertainty.

As it stands now a Virtual graduation for the class of 2020 will be taking place in NJ per Governor Murphy's order.