Teacher of the Century

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Source: Josephdirte, “My second grade teacher deserves Teacher of the Century. Yet, I never told my parents.” Imgur. 1 December 2013

http://imgur.com/gallery/wVr2VjL

On 1 December 2013, Redditor Josephdirte, who was in second grade 22 years ago, posted a Good Girl Gina meme on Imgur with the caption “My second grade teacher deserves Teacher of the Century. Yet, I never told my parents.” The meme stated, “KNOWS YOUR FAMILY COULDN’T AFFORD SNACKS AND A NICE BAGGED LUNCH / SECRETLY GAVE YOU A BAGGED LUNCH WITH A TON OF SNACKS EVERY DAY FOR A YEAR.” On Reddit, Josephdirte provided some additional details: His parents did not send him to school without food; however, Josephdirte’s family had a lot of children in it, so that made money tight. Josephdirte wrote, “Her name was Mrs. Wilson. The class would have snack time each morning and I never had a snack. I was sent to school with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich but didn’t have a snack to eat during snack time. She noticed that when the other kids were eating during snack time I never got up to get anything from my backpack. Next thing I know she would give me a paperba[g], not only with snacks for snack time, but also a full lunch in addition to my pb&j. She kept this up for the rest of the school year.” 

For Further Information: Josephdirte, “My second grade teacher deserves Teacher of the Century. Yet, I never told my parents.” Imgur. 1 December 2013

http://imgur.com/gallery/wVr2VjL

For Further Information: Josephdirte, “My second grade teacher deserves Teacher of the Century. Yet, I never told my parents.” Reddit. 1 December 2013

http://www.reddit.com/user/Josephdirte

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