High school seniors sadly had to miss their graduation ceremony because of the coronavirus pandemic so instead their families decorated their porches and doors to celebrate the high school seniors who are missing graduation, prom and other important events.
Darla Pool, a mom of two from Fresno, California, got the idea from other parents on Facebook and encouraged other people from her school to do it as well. Dozens of doorways are now decorated from parents of kids at Central High School East.
"[My daughter], she's devastated," Pool told "Good Morning America," of her 17-year-old, Katelyn Pool. "They're getting ready for this new chapter and some of them, they might not see each other again.”
Door across Fresno are now accessorized with athletic jerseys, instruments, cheer poms, academic awards, medals and senior portraits.
"If I would’ve known March 13 was the last day of school, I would’ve taken pictures and hugged everyone a little tighter," said Senior Miranda Jones to “GMA.” "Decorating our doors was a way to connect all of us together, and to remind everyone that we are all in this together.”
This story was originally published by Good Morning America