A Teacher at This School Did Something Special for Her Students. It Will Warm Your Heart…

We all have that one teacher that we’ll remember forever because of something special they did. Actually, all teachers are special and all of them want their students to succeed in school, and to provide them the tools and education to succeed later in life.

Chandni Langford, a fifth-grade teacher in New Jersey’s Woodbury School System is one of those teachers. I’m sure she will leave her students inspired for years to come. Teacher Chandni Langford realizes how standardized testing can be stressful for students so she decided to give them an inspirational boost as they arrived in class. She wrote personalized inspirational messages on each of their desks using a dry-erase marker and even left them a sweet treat on their desks too!

Chandni Langford, a fifth-grade teacher in New Jersey’s Woodbury School System did something extra special for her students.

Chandni Langford, a fifth-grade teacher in New Jersey's Woodbury School System did something extra special for her students.
Facebook / Woodbury City Public Schools

Realizing how stressful standardized testing is, teacher Chandni Langford wrote a personalized message to each student to inspire them.

Realizing how stressful standardized testing, teacher Chandni Langford wrote each student a personalized message to inspire them.
Facebook / Woodbury City Public Schools

Instead of signing her own name, she wrote “Your Teachers” to ensure the kids knew that ALL teachers were cheering for them to succeed.

Instead of signing her own name, she wrote "Your Teachers" to ensure the kids knew that ALL teachers were cheering for them to succeed.
Facebook / Woodbury City Public Schools

She also left each student a couple of donut holes as a treat for being the best students they could be.

She also left each student a couple of donut holes as a treat for being the best students they could be.
Facebook / Woodbury City Public Schools

She wrote the messages using a dry-erase marker so that they could be wiped off before the testing began.

She wrote the messages using a dry-erase marker so that they could be wiped off before the testing began.
Facebook / Woodbury City Public Schools

It only takes one teacher to change a child’s life. These students are very lucky to have teachers like Mrs. Chandni Langford.

It only takes one teacher to change a child's life and these students are very lucky to have teachers like Mrs. Chandni Langford.
Facebook / Woodbury City Public Schools

H/t: Little Things

The photos were published on the school’s Facebook account along with the following message:

“To motivate her 5th-grade students, Mrs. Chandni Langford at Evergreen Avenue prepared inspirational, growth-mindset messages for every one of her students. Each personalized note was written in dry-erase marker on students’ desks so they could be cleaned up prior to starting PARCC.”

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