Nearly 2,000 painted rocks left for Skyline High students following tragedy

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Members of the group Idaho Falls Rocks and others painted nearly 2,000 rocks for Skyline High School students. | Photos courtesy Michelle Rogers

IDAHO FALLS — For the second day in a row, Skyline High School students were greeted with a display of support following the death of two students.

Members of the group Idaho Falls Rocks and others covered sidewalks and entryways to the school with nearly 2,000 decorated rocks.

The rocks were painted with Skyline school colors and many included uplifting messages, hearts and kind statements.

On Tuesday morning, Skyline students discovered their peers at rival Idaho Falls High School had placed signs and blue ribbons on trees, door handles, posts, fences and elsewhere.

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A large sign over the main entrance reads, “IFHS loves SHS.”

Along the fence, in big blue letters, is the phrase “1 Town. 1 Love. 1 Heart.”

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