In a community salute to the Jackson High School Class of 2020, the oval in front of Jackson High School is decorated with large two-sided yard signs with photos of each of the 180 class members. Local individuals and businesses pulled together to sponsor the project to honor a group of seniors who have been forced to miss out on the traditional end-of-school-year experiences due to all school districts being closed because of the state’s Stay-at-Home order. The class members will be featured in a virtual Commencement Ceremony, which will be shown on Friday, May 22, at 8 p.m., which would have been the date and time for the traditional live ceremony. The signs are to remain in place until Saturday, May 23, when the new graduates are allowed to take them as a memento of their graduation. Sponsors of the project are: Cross and Sons Farm Equipment, Frazier Farms, Geiger Brothers, Doug Hayburn and the Southern Ohio Monument Co., Justin Skaggs/Attorney At Law, the Jackson-Vinton Farm Bureau, C. Michael Moore/Attorney At Law, Brian Moore Construction, Randy Evans Construction, Sheward-Fulks Insurance, Jackson City Board of Education member Kim Harless, and Jackson City Board of Education member Pat McDonald. (Telegram Photo by Pete Wilson)