The Sweetheart Ball should be the most romantic night of the year for teenagers looking for their first Valentine, and two high school students made sure it was a dream date for their special needs classmates.
Jordan Dyett, of Northridge High School in Layton, Utah, came up with the generous idea when her friend Devin Register was sad that he didn't have a date to the dance.
"He was upset cause no one had asked him to sweethearts yet,” Dyett told Fox13.com. “So I thought, ‘Why don’t I ask Devin, and then my best friend Ashley (Brusett) can ask his best friend Conner (Enz)?’”
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So instead of holding out for a football hunk to ask them out, the pretty pair took the special needs pals and couldn't have been happier about it. "They're always laughing and having a good time, and you don't have to worry about any of the same old high school drama."
The foursome started the night off with a trip to a bowling alley and dinner before hitting the dance floor at the Sweetheart Ball at the school.