High school seniors won't be getting the graduations they envisioned, but that doesn't mean schools aren't recognizing them.

Teachers at Saratoga Springs High School have been hard at work. They put together more than 500 lawn signs. Each has the name of every student in the graduating class.

It's taken a lot of organization and is their way of remembering a class that will miss out on walking across a stage to get their diplomas.

"We wouldn't be able to do this in a normal school year," said social studies teacher Nick Deady. "It's really just kind of a one-time thing, but it's been a ton of work, but it's going to be all worth it."

"We still have in 2020. It's here. It's not going anywhere. We're just a little bit more limited than other kids in recent years," said Nick Carlock, a senior at Saratoga.

Students were surprised by the drop-offs. More than 50 district employees volunteered to help deliver the signs.