Kindergarteners Team Up with Class of 2024 High Schoolers to Create Emotional Graduation Video: Watch

“Oh my God, these are not my children and I’m sitting here with tears in my eyes,” one viewer commented on the viral clip

<p>Getty</p> A stock image of a graduation cap.


A stock image of a graduation cap.

The class of 2036 is sending off the class of 2024!

Louisville City Schools in Ohio shared a post on Facebook on May 24 showing kindergarteners from the school district participating in an emotional video with members of the area's graduating class.

At the start of the clip, the young children can be seen waving to a camera, before one boy runs and jumps over it. The scene then transitions to an outdoor field, where a teenager — dressed in a graduation gown and matching cap — is captured landing, before calling on others to join him.

The rest of the children then follow suit, as other high schoolers appear in the frame each time.

"Blink and you'll miss it... time flies!" the school district captioned the sweet video, which was soundtracked by Elvis Presley’s “Burning Love."

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In the comments section, many reacted to the emotional video, which has since gone viral.

"Oh my God, these are not my children and I’m sitting here with tears in my eyes," one viewer wrote, as another added, "I just watched my granddaughter graduate last night and it feels just like yesterday I was pacing the floors waiting for her to be born. I think I must have blinked one too many times!!!!!"

Speaking with, Jenn Wilson, a communications coordinator at Louisville High School, said she came up with the idea for the sweet clip.

“Over the past few months, every parent I’ve spoken with has said the same thing: ‘In the blink of an eye, your kids are grown,’ ” she explained.

The school's principal, Garry Tausch, added that he got emotional watching the video, telling the outlet, “The visualization is very powerful. It's that quick and they're gone.”

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