Transcript for Schooling takes virtual turn amid coronavirus pandemic
Finally tonight, the school deputy and his special sendoff for a class of high school seniors. Reporter: This is how the school year began at green high school in green, Ohio. with the marching bulldogs, complete with baton twirling majorettes. A stark contrast to the end of the school year. The hallways empty. No parties, no prom, no caps and gowns. This is my senior year. And essentially, even if the quarantine and everything were to stop now, it's essentially been robbed from me. Graduation is like their super bowl. Everything they've been doing for the past 12 years has been leading up to this one moment. Reporter: So the deputy who watches over the school decided to go door to door. Hi, Jordan. Hi. Came to congratulate you on graduating. Thank you. Reporter: Visiting all 317 seniors at home. What's up? What's going on, deputy hart? Nothing. I'm here to congratulate you for graduating high school. Reporter: Closing the social distance, one by one. It means that they care. I think it's great. I love deputy hart, all he does for us. Reporter: The deputy has one last lesson for these seniors. Don't let this that's going on define their last year of high school. Think of the good memories. Reporter: In the land of the free and the home of the bulldogs, school spirit will survive even this. David Wright, ABC news, New York. All right, so tonight we salute deputy hart for being America strong. Congrats to all the seniors out there. We know it is a tough year.
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