And I’m crying again (blame the pregnancy hormones).
Earlier this week, a JCPS teacher was all over Louisville news after making the choice to go above and beyond for one little 10 year old girl to be able to take part in a class field trip just like everyone else.
Ryan has Spina Bifida and couldn’t go to the Falls of the Ohio due to lack of wheelchair access, so the teacher used a backpack carrier to take her around the entire day.
And now it’s national news, both the teacher and little Ryan.
“We’ve never really talked. I didn’t know his first name before he offered to do this… It melted my heart.” ❤️ https://t.co/vooOXNRpU0
— Parents (@parentsmagazine) September 26, 2019
A teacher at a Kentucky elementary school went above and beyond so a little girl with spina bifida could enjoy a recent school field trip with the rest of her class https://t.co/ikQ16AaP3c pic.twitter.com/p0cEVdS4EQ
— CBS Sunday Morning 🌞 (@CBSSunday) September 25, 2019
This teacher carried 10-year-old student with spina bifida on his back across a state park so she could attend a field trip. https://t.co/h2xFSuYb9F
— ABC News (@ABC) September 25, 2019
Teacher carries student with spina bifida on field trip https://t.co/jOLqGMRRcm
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) September 26, 2019