Unionville High School administrators and teachers honor the Class of 2020
By Steven Hoffman
On Monday, May 11, Unionville High School administrators and teachers personally delivered lawn signs made special for the Class of 2020. This was a surprise to the more than 300 members of the UHS senior class. With the need to postpone significant rites of passage including prom, the final athletic season, and senior trips, and with the uncertainty of an in-person graduation ceremony, the signs are a small gesture to show the UHS Class of 2020 how proud the community is of them.
Signs were delivered in partnership with Unionville-Chadds Ford School District transportation in order to cover the 77 square miles of the district and stop at each senior’s home. The signs were purchased by the school and the PTO as a gift to this year’s graduating class.
Principal Jimmy Conley, along with UHS assistant principals, the dean of students, the supervisor of athletics, and a group of teachers all spent the day participating in the deliveries. The students were excited to receive the signs and see the administrators and teachers.