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As a Tennessee teacher, said she was moved to tears earlier this month when one of her students, “so innocent, talking about the food, and the lack of it.”
Eric Goins, a 21-year-old teacher at Jacksboro Elementary school, said her student told her, “and when the lady said that the food in his pack was on the way.”
Have the child ask the school guidance counselor. Goins wrote in a Facebook post on Oct. 2, and the guy said that the guidance counselor would have to give him food, and he is at home, and much more.”
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She was not sure that the adviser to the plan, such as the school, it was a short week,” and they’re off to find out what is in the foods that the boy liked so much.
Eric Goins, 21, said she was moved to tears when, as a starving student, told her about the food.
“I asked him if it was in the spaghetti bowl or on crackers, and he said no. I asked him if it was the spaghetti o’s, and he just laughed and told me that they don’t have that,” Goines wrote about, the online. “That’s when it happened… he looked at me and said,” that is, small o’s (if he has a small circle with his hand), but we don’t have that in my house, but if I do that, do I have a hot stomach, and to help me sleep.'”
Goins said she “lost it” and cried for up to 20 people. No child should ever be hungry, ever.”
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So, in an effort to help the boy, Goins text message to a group of teachers and they have all put our money together and made sure that our sweet baby had spaghetti o’s!”
The 21-year-old said she didn’t publish her post is to be commended, but it was in order to see how much the teachers care for their children. She pointed out that teachers often spend their own money on school supplies, “in order to make sure that our children have what they need to know in order to succeed,” and in that day, that day, was the food.
“I want people to know that teachers are people, and we love your children and want the best for them. Some days we are frustrated and feel overwhelmed, but now that we have the right to have a child. It will show on a test score? No, no! Do we care? No, no!”
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Goins said that, as a teacher, she experiences “an amazing roller-coaster ride of emotions … but now, it was worth every single tear, that fell to him, and to see it light up as the bag in his backpack!”
Goins said the group, one of the teachers, pals, started a food pantry for students at Jacksboro Elementary school. Those of you who would like to donate food or hygiene products, please send an email to: 164 Jacksboro Elementary school Road, in Jacksboro, Tenn., the zip code 37757, note: project.