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Teacher converts truck into school & drives 2 hours to visit students

by Lolita Peeler (2020-09-08)

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A Mexican teacher is being called 'wonderful' and an 'angel' for turning her pickup truck into an on-the-go classroom and visiting students with autism at their homes. 

Identified only as Nay, the elementary school teacher in Apaseo el Alto, tour thác bản giốc từ hà nội Guanajuato, has gone the extra mile — literally — to help her autistic students with their school work during the pandemic.

With her school closed, Nay refused to let those kids fall behind, and drives two hours every day to visit kids who don't have access to books or the internet to make sure they keep on top of their schoolwork.

Incredible: A Mexican teacher is being called 'wonderful' and an 'angel' for turning her pickup truck into an on-the-go classroom and visiting students with autism at their homes

Work from home: She and the students wear masks and use hand sanitizer for the in-person class sessions

The photo of Nay, which was taken by a student's mother, went viral after it was shared on 'In Mexico, school was cancelled because of the pandemic. This teacher turned her pickup truck into a portable classroom,' user Akki wrote. 'She drives two hours a day to teach children with autism who don't have books or access to the internet.'

In the image, Nay sits in the back of a red pickup trick, wearing a mask. She has a small table and chairs set up, and a single student — also wearing a mask — is going over an assignment with her. 

The tweet earned thousands of likes, and even a retweet by Kim Kardashian, who commented with a heart. 

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Message: In response to those who have praised her, Nay insisted that all teachers put in extra effort for their students — and that's it's really a 24/7 job

According to On that particular day, she was performing an evaluation 'to really know how this pandemic was affecting [the students'] learning, since they are the most vulnerable.'

She also wanted to 'know how they feel ... because this has not been easy for anyone.'She maintained safety measures, too, not just wearing masks but constantly cleaning the table and providing hand sanitizer to the kids when they got on the truck and left.  Viral: Twitter users are calling her a 'hero' and an 'angel,' and even Kim Kardashian responded with a heart emojiIn response to those who have praised her, Nay insisted that all teachers put in extra effort for their students — and that's it's really a 24/7 job. And the praise certainly has poured in.'God bless this women,' wrote one admirer. 'Shout out to all those who go the extra mile to help those in need. This is exactly what humanity is all about, something we should all learn from one another.' 'Teachers DESERVE TO BE PAID WAY MORE THAN THEY ARE PAID,' said another. 'They spend more time with other people's children than the children spend with their own families.'Yet another pointed out why it was especially sweet that this teacher is doing so much for her special education students.'Due to restricted/repetitive behaviors of kids in the spectrum isn't easy to modify teaching conditions to them so what this teacher is doing is extremely valuable, pure Love. Autism is a complex developmental condition that involves many challenges, learning is only one of them,' he said. Devoted: Florida first grade teacher Katie Ricca sat in a student's driveway to read to her and chat after the student became sad during the pandemic Y'all... Seven-year-old Hannah's mom Kelley Close shared the heartwarming image on FacebookNay certainly has one thing right — there are a lot of teachers going above and beyond to connect with and help their students during the pandemic. In April, first grade teacher Katie Ricca in Panama City, Florida turned up at her student Hannah's house when she realized that the normally upbeat seven-year-old had been 'sad' and withdrawn. Boundless love: Ricca has five kids of her own, whom she is homeschooling, and still holds Zoom classes and story time for her regular studentsRicca, who teaches at North Bay Haven Charter Academy left her own five kids at home to pay Hannah a visit, sitting outside with the youngster on her front lawn to read her books and keep her engaged.Hannah's mom Kelley Close shared a photo of the sweet moment on Facebook.'Hannah's class has a Zoom session each evening,' she wrote.'Last night she got really sad and kinda shut down. Today her teacher came over and hung out for a bit. They chatted, read books, and just talked.This woman has FIVE kids at home and STILL she sat in my driveway for an hour to make sure Hannah was okay. Y'all...' Speaking to

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