EDMOND, Okla. -- Flowers, candy, and public displays of affection. It's supposed to be the most romantic day of the year. But Valentine's Day can be hurtful for those without a special someone.
At Edmond Memorial High School, there are no lonely hearts this year.
"All the girls were surprised this morning," Laura Pitcock said.
All 1076 female students were surprised with candy and cards.
"He wanted to stay anonymous, but I have a feeling a good deed like this is going to get out," Sarah Cameron said.
Secrets are hard to keep, especially in high school. It didn't take long for the Bulldog student body to learn who was behind this random act of kindness.
Dan Williams is the secret Romeo. "To know that someone cares about them, that's the best feeling in the world I think."
Williams worked all summer to raise enough money for his Valentine's Day surprise.
His good deed is creating a tidal wave of love on campus.
"Even if it's just for a day, it really means a lot," Molly Feigel said.