From left: Rochester High School juniors Katia Andrianova, Isabel Dunwoody, Noah Riffle, Lilly Watson, Wesley Steininger, Taylor Howard, Kaedra Shook and Avery Brouyette hold signs Tuesday outside the Fulton County Courthouse to raise awareness of homelessness.

Rochester High School juniors gathered Tuesday around the Fulton County Courthouse to raise awareness for people struggling with homelessness – both locally and around the state.

Three sets of juniors in a combined American Studies course taught by language arts teacher Hope Showley and history teacher Jesse Atkinson were bused over from the school to host a Hooverville reenactment on the courthouse lawn.

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