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    Seniors at both Perrin-Whitt and Bryson High Schools are being adopted by community members through a Facebook program. Some schools still have seniors needing to be adopted. Photo/Brian Smith

Adopt a Senior takes off in Perrin, Bryson

In these days of trying times, much of the focus has been on high school seniors and what they are losing at this point in their lives.

While seniors appear to be getting graduation in some form or fashion, two Jack County school districts are making sure seniors are getting attention and knowing they are being thought of. Both Perrin and Bryson have started Adopt a Senior programs for the Class of 2020. 

Seniors were encouraged to put a post of their likes and dislikes with the community asked to adopt a senior. Community members were asked to contact the parent to ensure it was okay and the community helps celebrate with them in their accomplishments.

Community members are asked to keep in contact with their senior about once a week with letters, sweets, encouragement, etc.

For the full story, see the Wednesday, May 6, edition of the Jacksboro Herald-Gazette.

 

 

 

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