Transcript for Principal goes extra mile to celebrate graduating seniors
Finally tonight, "America strong." When the principal shows up, and it's a good thing. The principal at west craven high school, principal tabari Wallace is making sure, even in this time, every one of his seniors are celebrated. All 220 of them. Principal Wallace telling us why. We believe that they've been through enough and that's the least we can do. We asked each senior to let that sign serve as a bridge until we can get them across the traditional stage. Reporter: And across this country, principals are telling their students they are not alone. In Wellington, Florida, CARA Hayden, planting a sign in valedictorian max lagates' yard, as he watches with his mom Sheryl. The school placing signs at the homes of every one of their 626 seniors. In Wylie, Texas, principal virdie Montgomery, visiting each graduating senior's home, 800 miles traveled in all. I get emotional real easy with my kids. It just seemed like the right thing to do. It just brought a smile to my face and it made me really happy. Reporter: Back in north Carolina, principal Wallace, and his hope for every graduating senior. We believe in you, we trust in you, we're proud of you, and we definitely empathize with what you're going through. You keep your head up high. We're counting on our graduates. We need you. I hope to see you right back here tomorrow. I'm David Muir.
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