As the COVID-19 coronavirus hits the brakes on the end of the 2019-2020 school year as we know it, Ocean County's high schools are getting creative with their efforts to show some love to the Class of 2020.

We've already had companies deploy campaigns to feed graduating seniors, with both Pizza Hut and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts offering up free food to the Class of 2020.

One of the best parts of the end of the school year was always visiting your friends in the hallways of the school or stopping by different classrooms to say goodbye to favorite teachers (and of course to get your yearbook signed).

But the coronavirus pandemic has forced schools to close, with this year's high school seniors missing out on everything from their proms to those final days in the school itself.

With all of that in mind, I saw something really cool when I was going home from work earlier this week.

On my drive home from the WOBM studios on Robbins Street in downtown Toms River, I usually take Washington Street to Hyers Street, which borders Toms River High School South.

On Tuesday, I saw huge senior photos filling the fences along the whole block.

I thought that it was so cool that I had to stop to get some photos:

I know that TR South isn't the only Ocean County school doing something like this, and I want to see more!

Show me how your town's high school(s) are honoring the Class of 2020!

Click here to shoot me an email with some photos. I'll put them all together and put a gallery up in the coming days.

 

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