A Thousand five hundred and four students were greeted with a rainbow of beautiful origami hearts taped to their lockers when they entered the school on the morning of February 14. Each brightly coloured piece is adorned with a simple and sentimental phrase, "You are loved", and the identity of the donor has not been deliberately identified.
Aside from the mysterious artist himself, the school's teachers seem to be the only ones who know the secret, as detailed in a holiday Facebook post. The school said on social media, “In fact, it turned out that there was only one student who wished to remain anonymous.”
Valentines Day at CMS...thanks to our group of students who decorated all 740 lockers at CMS with a note and treat. pic.twitter.com/0NemRzSN24— Dan Boyd (@DBoyd1958) February 14, 2017
“Individually hand-painted origami hearts this man started working on in September. This guy secretly kept it in a closet at his house to surprise everyone today," he said.
In a touching incident, it seems that Troy High School students aren't the only students to receive an anonymous Valentine's Day treat this year. In many high schools and elementary schools, unnamed students have decorated their lockers with lollipops, name magnets, and inspirational notes.