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Dedicated Kindergarten Teacher Makes Every Virtual Class An Adventure For Her Students


School looks very different this year. While some kids are going back to their physical buildings to a limited-size classroom and social distancing practices at play, other kids are learning online. Thanks to Zoom, many classrooms are right at home. And we should really give a hand to the teachers for making it all work.

While teaching changes up every year, most teachers have a set routine. Their classroom is like a second home. And their social lives often intermingle with other teachers. By working from home, many teachers have been thrown off course. But while this year has been a series of trial and error for many, some teachers have gone above and beyond to prove how flexible they are. Some teachers just want to teach, regardless of where they may be teaching from.

That’s one of the reasons why Kayla McCourt from Monterey Bay, California, is so special. Kayla is a kindergarten teacher who really wants to make the year special for her students. So what does she do? She dresses up in costume and makes every moment count. Even better, her roommate — who happens to be her sister — is also loving every minute.

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