Like many high schools, students are getting their yearbooks for the end of the year.
And one yearbook in Stafford had a special student included.
they put his service dog in the yearbook i'm CRYING pic.twitter.com/yU47kpKnwA— diana bloom (@nycstheplacetob) May 18, 2017
"Seeing a picture of a dog caught my eye pretty quickly," a student told BuzzFeed News.
This is the purest thing to ever exist pic.twitter.com/0JiBcYjZbt— cait (@caitlinsherman_) May 18, 2017
Alpha is a service dog for Andrew 'AJ' Schalk, a 16-year-old at Stafford High School.
Schalk told BuzzFeed he has Type 1 diabetes and Alpha's job is to alert him when his blood sugar is getting too low or high.
Just a boy and his (service) dog pic.twitter.com/uM5f9P9X3V— AJ (@t1dfighter_aj) May 18, 2017