Ridgefield High School students completed a full-size \u201csticker art\u201d poster last week to help cope with stress from midterm exams. Students carefully placed more than 7,000 color-coded stickers on a blank poster over the course of two days to reveal the image of a resting tiger. \u201cEvery year during exams we do projects to alleviate stress,\u201d said media specialist Donna DeMayo, who came up with the \u201cstick together project\u201d after reading about other schools using the artwork during exams. She set the project up after lunch on Wednesday, Jan. 24. Students completed the project the next day \u2014 Thursday, Jan. 25, the day before midterms began. DeMayo said several students had guessed what the image would be, judging by amount of orange they had to place. \u201cThey were guessing all the way through,\u201d she told The Press. \u201cThey loved the mystery aspect of it.\u201d The testing period concluded Wednesday, Jan. 31, and the poster will be on display behind the library circulation desk for several weeks.