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You Won’t Believe the Surprise This Retiring Teacher Got

Going back to school usually elicits groans from kids, but students who got this teacher may have burst out in cheers.

This is a touching tribute to Ms. Flexer, a first grade teacher in Tennessee who is retiring after 41 years on the job. What better way to say thank you for all the hard work than by bringing back a bunch of her old students?

That’s exactly what happened, with each student speaking about how she made a difference in their lives.

The whole scene shocked Flexer, who admitted she was at a loss for words.

Hopefully, she wasn’t at a loss for tissues because this probably made her need a few.

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