The coronavirus epidemic has been particularly tough on high school seniors, who saw their last semester and all it entails – prom, graduation, some final time with hometown friends – wiped out.  Up in Floyd County, superintendent Jeff Wilson wanted to make sure his graduating seniors were recognized, so he took the time to hand write more than 600 letters letting them know that, in his words, “I believe in you and your future.”  Local parents said they were touched by the gesture, and that such thoughtful acts in such difficult times help lift spirits across the board.  With online classes and virtual graduation ceremonies students are in uncharted territory, but sometimes there’s nothing quite like a handwritten note.

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