An eight-year-old girl battling cancer was given a beautiful show of support when her entire elementary school came out to cheer her on. Hadley Lowery, from near Oregon City, Oregon, is a normal third grader – sweet, kind and full of sass, her mom, Launa, 42, said. But on April 5, Hadley was playing on a trampoline and started feeling a pain in her leg that never went away. After a biopsy a few weeks later, Hadley's family was given the news that she had been diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma Bone Cancer, with a four-inch tumor growing behind her left knee. Hadley started chemotherapy on May 1, and during this tough 12-week treatment, her classmates and fellow pupils wanted to do something to show their support. On May 26, Hadley sat in her family's car's back seat as she was driving past Beavercreek Elementary. Outside the front of the school, Hadley saw sign after sign, each offering their well wishes and being held up by her supportive fellow pupils.