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Teacher Gives Shoes Off His Feet So Student Can Walk Across Graduation Stage

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Teacher Gives Shoes Off His Feet So Student Can Walk Across Graduation Stage

Teacher Gives Shoes Off His Feet So Student Can Walk Across Graduation Stage

Graduation day will be a day one Virginia fifth grader will never forget.

It all started when the student's shoes broke shortly before he was supposed to walk across the stage to graduate.

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Teacher Gives Shoes Off His Feet So Student Can Walk Across Graduation Stage

JUNE 12JUNE 12A DAY ONE GEORGEJUNE 12A DAY ONE GEORGEMASON 5THA DAY ONE GEORGEMASON 5THA DAY ONE GEORGEMASON 5THGRADER WILLMASON 5THGRADER WILLMASON 5THGRADER WILLNEVER FORGET.GRADER WILLNEVER FORGET.GRADER WILLNEVER FORGET.6.17.03 'OURNEVER FORGET.6.17.03 'OURNEVER FORGET.6.17.03 'OURGUIDANCE6.17.03 'OURGUIDANCE6.17.03 'OURGUIDANCECOUNSELORGUIDANCECOUNSELORGUIDANCECOUNSELORBROUGHT THEGUIDANCECOUNSELORBROUGHT THESTUDENT AND HISCOUNSELORBROUGHT THESTUDENT AND HISBROUGHT THESTUDENT AND HISBROUGHT THESTUDENT AND HISMOM TO ME ANDSTUDENT AND HISMOM TO ME ANDSTUDENT AND HISMOM TO ME ANDSAID HELP WEMOM TO ME ANDSAID HELP WEMOM TO ME ANDSAID HELP WENEED ANYSAID HELP WENEED ANYSAID HELP WENEED ANYSUPPLIES THAT YOUNEED ANYSUPPLIES THAT YOUNEED ANYSUPPLIES THAT YOUHAVE.'SUPPLIES THAT YOUHAVE.'SUPPLIES THAT YOUHAVE.'SUPPLIES TO GLUEHAVE.'SUPPLIES TO GLUEHAVE.'SUPPLIES TO GLUEHIS SHOE BACKHAVE.'SUPPLIES TO GLUEHIS SHOE BACKTOGETHER-SUPPLIES TO GLUEHIS SHOE BACKTOGETHER-HIS SHOE BACKTOGETHER-SHORTLY BEFORETOGETHER-SHORTLY BEFORETOGETHER-SHORTLY BEFOREHE WALKEDSHORTLY BEFOREHE WALKEDSHORTLY BEFOREHE WALKEDACROSS THE STAGEHE WALKEDACROSS THE STAGEHE WALKEDACROSS THE STAGETO GRADUATE.HE WALKEDACROSS THE STAGETO GRADUATE.6.39.17 'ME BEINGACROSS THE STAGETO GRADUATE.6.39.17 'ME BEINGACROSS THE STAGETO GRADUATE.6.39.17 'ME BEINGME, SOMETIMES MYTO GRADUATE.6.39.17 'ME BEINGME, SOMETIMES MY6.39.17 'ME BEINGME, SOMETIMES MY6.39.17 'ME BEINGME, SOMETIMES MYHEART LEADS MEME, SOMETIMES MYHEART LEADS MEME, SOMETIMES MYHEART LEADS METO CERTAINHEART LEADS METO CERTAINHEART LEADS METO CERTAINSITUATIONS.'TO CERTAINSITUATIONS.'SITUATIONS.'SITUATIONS.'THE GLUE FAILED -THE GLUE FAILED -THE GLUE FAILED -BUT VOHN LEWISTHE GLUE FAILED -BUT VOHN LEWISKNOWN TO MOSTTHE GLUE FAILED -BUT VOHN LEWISKNOWN TO MOSTAS MR. LEWISBUT VOHN LEWISKNOWN TO MOSTAS MR. LEWISKNOWN TO MOSTAS MR. LEWISWOULDNT.AS MR. LEWISWOULDNT.WOULDNT.WOULDNT.6.39.27 'I SAID YOU6.39.27 'I SAID YOU6.39.27 'I SAID YOUCAN WEAR MY6.39.27 'I SAID YOUCAN WEAR MYSHOES MAN, I6.39.27 'I SAID YOUCAN WEAR MYSHOES MAN, IWEAR A SIZE 10.'CAN WEAR MYSHOES MAN, IWEAR A SIZE 10.'SHOES MAN, IWEAR A SIZE 10.'SHOES MAN, IWEAR A SIZE 10.'A SIMPLE GESTUREWEAR A SIZE 10.'A SIMPLE GESTUREA SIMPLE GESTUREA SIMPLE GESTURETHAT WOULD GOA SIMPLE GESTURETHAT WOULD GOVIRAL.THAT WOULD GOVIRAL.THAT WOULD GOVIRAL.6.18.12 'I ALMOSTVIRAL.6.18.12 'I ALMOST6.18.12 'I ALMOST6.18.12 'I ALMOSTCRIED, I WAS SO6.18.12 'I ALMOSTCRIED, I WAS SOTHANKFUL.

THATSCRIED, I WAS SOTHANKFUL.

THATSCRIED, I WAS SOTHANKFUL.

THATSJUST HOW MR.CRIED, I WAS SOTHANKFUL.

THATSJUST HOW MR.LEWIS IS AND ITHANKFUL.

THATSJUST HOW MR.LEWIS IS AND ITHANKFUL.

THATSJUST HOW MR.LEWIS IS AND IKNEW THAT IJUST HOW MR.LEWIS IS AND IKNEW THAT ILEWIS IS AND IKNEW THAT ILEWIS IS AND IKNEW THAT ICOULD COUNT ONLEWIS IS AND IKNEW THAT ICOULD COUNT ONHIM.'KNEW THAT ICOULD COUNT ONHIM.'COULD COUNT ONHIM.'COULD COUNT ONHIM.'6.39.43 'ITS REALLYCOULD COUNT ONHIM.'6.39.43 'ITS REALLYJUST SOMETHINGHIM.'6.39.43 'ITS REALLYJUST SOMETHING6.39.43 'ITS REALLYJUST SOMETHING6.39.43 'ITS REALLYJUST SOMETHINGTHAT ID DO ANYJUST SOMETHINGTHAT ID DO ANYJUST SOMETHINGTHAT ID DO ANYDAY FOR ANYTHAT ID DO ANYDAY FOR ANYTHAT ID DO ANYDAY FOR ANYCHILD.'DAY FOR ANYCHILD.'DAY FOR ANYCHILD.'BUT WHO IS MR.DAY FOR ANYCHILD.'BUT WHO IS MR.LEWIS?CHILD.'BUT WHO IS MR.LEWIS?CHILD.'BUT WHO IS MR.LEWIS?A SUSBITUTEBUT WHO IS MR.LEWIS?A SUSBITUTEBUT WHO IS MR.LEWIS?A SUSBITUTETEACHER THATLEWIS?A SUSBITUTETEACHER THATLEWIS?A SUSBITUTETEACHER THATCAME TO GEORGELEWIS?A SUSBITUTETEACHER THATCAME TO GEORGEMASONA SUSBITUTETEACHER THATCAME TO GEORGEMASONTEACHER THATCAME TO GEORGEMASONELEMENTARYCAME TO GEORGEMASONELEMENTARYCAME TO GEORGEMASONELEMENTARYSCHOOL FOURMASONELEMENTARYSCHOOL FOURMONTHS AGO.ELEMENTARYSCHOOL FOURMONTHS AGO.ELEMENTARYSCHOOL FOURMONTHS AGO.AND A MENTOR INSCHOOL FOURMONTHS AGO.AND A MENTOR INSCHOOL FOURMONTHS AGO.AND A MENTOR INTHE BROTHERSMONTHS AGO.AND A MENTOR INTHE BROTHERSMONTHS AGO.AND A MENTOR INTHE BROTHERSUNITED MENTORINGAND A MENTOR INTHE BROTHERSUNITED MENTORINGAND A MENTOR INTHE BROTHERSUNITED MENTORINGPROGRAM FORTHE BROTHERSUNITED MENTORINGPROGRAM FORTHE BROTHERSUNITED MENTORINGPROGRAM FORYOUNG MEN OFUNITED MENTORINGPROGRAM FORYOUNG MEN OFUNITED MENTORINGPROGRAM FORYOUNG MEN OFCOLOR.PROGRAM FORYOUNG MEN OFCOLOR.PROGRAM FORYOUNG MEN OFCOLOR.6.16.01 'WEYOUNG MEN OFCOLOR.6.16.01 'WEYOUNG MEN OFCOLOR.6.16.01 'WEWANTED TO BECOLOR.6.16.01 'WEWANTED TO BECOLOR.6.16.01 'WEWANTED TO BESURE WE PUT THEM6.16.01 'WEWANTED TO BESURE WE PUT THEM6.16.01 'WEWANTED TO BESURE WE PUT THEMWITH SOMEBODYWANTED TO BESURE WE PUT THEMWITH SOMEBODYSURE WE PUT THEMWITH SOMEBODYSURE WE PUT THEMWITH SOMEBODYTHAT WAS GOINGWITH SOMEBODYTHAT WAS GOINGWITH SOMEBODYTHAT WAS GOINGTO BE ABLE TOTHAT WAS GOINGTO BE ABLE TOTHAT WAS GOINGTO BE ABLE TOFOLLOW THEM ALLTO BE ABLE TOFOLLOW THEM ALLTO BE ABLE TOFOLLOW THEM ALLTHE WAY THROUGHFOLLOW THEM ALLTHE WAY THROUGHFOLLOW THEM ALLTHE WAY THROUGHTHEIR ELEMENTARYTHE WAY THROUGHTHEIR ELEMENTARYTHE WAY THROUGHTHEIR ELEMENTARYSCHOOL CAREERS.'THE WAY THROUGHTHEIR ELEMENTARYSCHOOL CAREERS.'LEWISTHEIR ELEMENTARYSCHOOL CAREERS.'LEWISTHEIR ELEMENTARYSCHOOL CAREERS.'LEWIS6.41.28 'JUST TEACHSCHOOL CAREERS.'LEWIS6.41.28 'JUST TEACHSCHOOL CAREERS.'LEWIS6.41.28 'JUST TEACHKIDS ABOUTLEWIS6.41.28 'JUST TEACHKIDS ABOUT6.41.28 'JUST TEACHKIDS ABOUT6.41.28 'JUST TEACHKIDS ABOUTTHEMSELVES AND6.41.28 'JUST TEACHKIDS ABOUTTHEMSELVES ANDTHINGS THEYREKIDS ABOUTTHEMSELVES ANDTHINGS THEYREKIDS ABOUTTHEMSELVES ANDTHINGS THEYREGOING TO FACE ASTHEMSELVES ANDTHINGS THEYREGOING TO FACE ASTHEMSELVES ANDTHINGS THEYREGOING TO FACE ASBLACK MEN ANDTHINGS THEYREGOING TO FACE ASBLACK MEN ANDTHINGS THEYREGOING TO FACE ASBLACK MEN ANDJUST BE THATGOING TO FACE ASBLACK MEN ANDJUST BE THATGOING TO FACE ASBLACK MEN ANDJUST BE THATPOSITIVE ROLEBLACK MEN ANDJUST BE THATPOSITIVE ROLEBLACK MEN ANDJUST BE THATPOSITIVE ROLEMODEL.'JUST BE THATPOSITIVE ROLEMODEL.'POSITIVE ROLEMODEL.'POSITIVE ROLEMODEL.'HIS BIGGESTPOSITIVE ROLEMODEL.'HIS BIGGESTPASSIONMODEL.'HIS BIGGESTPASSIONHIS BIGGESTPASSIONHIS BIGGESTPASSIONMAKING SURE THEYHIS BIGGESTPASSIONMAKING SURE THEYLOOKHIS BIGGESTPASSIONMAKING SURE THEYLOOKPRESENTABLEPASSIONMAKING SURE THEYLOOKPRESENTABLEMAKING SURE THEYLOOKPRESENTABLEMAKING SURE THEYLOOKPRESENTABLEEVERY DAY.LOOKPRESENTABLEEVERY DAY.PRESENTABLEEVERY DAY.PRESENTABLEEVERY DAY.6.45.11 'IF I SEE AEVERY DAY.6.45.11 'IF I SEE AEVERY DAY.6.45.11 'IF I SEE ACHILD WITH A SHOEEVERY DAY.6.45.11 'IF I SEE ACHILD WITH A SHOEUNTIED OR A6.45.11 'IF I SEE ACHILD WITH A SHOEUNTIED OR A6.45.11 'IF I SEE ACHILD WITH A SHOEUNTIED OR ACOLLAR MESSEDCHILD WITH A SHOEUNTIED OR ACOLLAR MESSEDCHILD WITH A SHOEUNTIED OR ACOLLAR MESSEDUP.

I CANT SITUNTIED OR ACOLLAR MESSEDUP.

I CANT SITUNTIED OR ACOLLAR MESSEDUP.

I CANT SITTHERE AND LET HIMCOLLAR MESSEDUP.

I CANT SITTHERE AND LET HIMCOLLAR MESSEDUP.

I CANT SITTHERE AND LET HIMWALK BY OR WALKUP.

I CANT SITTHERE AND LET HIMWALK BY OR WALKTHERE AND LET HIMWALK BY OR WALKTHERE AND LET HIMWALK BY OR WALKBY.

ILL DEFINITELYWALK BY OR WALKBY.

ILL DEFINITELYWALK BY OR WALKBY.

ILL DEFINITELYWALK UP TO THEMBY.

ILL DEFINITELYWALK UP TO THEMBY.

ILL DEFINITELYWALK UP TO THEMAND LET THEMWALK UP TO THEMAND LET THEMKNOW, AND THATSAND LET THEMKNOW, AND THATSKNOW, AND THATSKNOW, AND THATSJUST ME.'JUST ME.'JUST ME.'AND HE EVEN DIDAND HE EVEN DIDTHAT DURING OURAND HE EVEN DIDTHAT DURING OURINTERVIEW.THAT DURING OURINTERVIEW.THAT DURING OURINTERVIEW.6.43.41 'WHATS UPINTERVIEW.6.43.41 'WHATS UPINTERVIEW.6.43.41 'WHATS UPYALL?

YALL GOT6.43.41 'WHATS UPYALL?

YALL GOT6.43.41 'WHATS UPYALL?

YALL GOTYALLS SHOES6.43.41 'WHATS UPYALL?

YALL GOTYALLS SHOESTIED?

THANK YALLYALL?

YALL GOTYALLS SHOESTIED?

THANK YALLYALLS SHOESTIED?

THANK YALLYALLS SHOESTIED?

THANK YALLFOR HAVING YALLSTIED?

THANK YALLFOR HAVING YALLSTIED?

THANK YALLFOR HAVING YALLSSHOES TIED, SEEFOR HAVING YALLSSHOES TIED, SEEFOR HAVING YALLSSHOES TIED, SEEYALL TOMORROW.'FOR HAVING YALLSSHOES TIED, SEEYALL TOMORROW.'BUT MENTORINGSHOES TIED, SEEYALL TOMORROW.'BUT MENTORINGSHOES TIED, SEEYALL TOMORROW.'BUT MENTORINGHASNT ALWAYSYALL TOMORROW.'BUT MENTORINGHASNT ALWAYSYALL TOMORROW.'BUT MENTORINGHASNT ALWAYSCOME EASY FORBUT MENTORINGHASNT ALWAYSCOME EASY FORBUT MENTORINGHASNT ALWAYSCOME EASY FORLEWIS-HASNT ALWAYSCOME EASY FORLEWIS-THOUGHTS OFCOME EASY FORLEWIS-THOUGHTS OFCOME EASY FORLEWIS-THOUGHTS OFGIVING UP CAMELEWIS-THOUGHTS OFGIVING UP CAMETHOUGHTS OFGIVING UP CAMETHOUGHTS OFGIVING UP CAMETWO MONTHS AGO.GIVING UP CAMETWO MONTHS AGO.GIVING UP CAMETWO MONTHS AGO.6.42.33 'IF I WALKEDTWO MONTHS AGO.6.42.33 'IF I WALKEDTWO MONTHS AGO.6.42.33 'IF I WALKEDAWAY BACK INTWO MONTHS AGO.6.42.33 'IF I WALKEDAWAY BACK INAPRIL, THIS6.42.33 'IF I WALKEDAWAY BACK INAPRIL, THIS6.42.33 'IF I WALKEDAWAY BACK INAPRIL, THISWOULDNT HAVEAWAY BACK INAPRIL, THISWOULDNT HAVEAPRIL, THISWOULDNT HAVEAPRIL, THISWOULDNT HAVEHAPPENED.'WOULDNT HAVEHAPPENED.'WOULDNT HAVEHAPPENED.'BUT HE SAYS ITHAPPENED.'BUT HE SAYS ITHAPPENED.'BUT HE SAYS ITWAS THE CHILDRENHAPPENED.'BUT HE SAYS ITWAS THE CHILDRENTHAT KEPT HIM INBUT HE SAYS ITWAS THE CHILDRENTHAT KEPT HIM INBUT HE SAYS ITWAS THE CHILDRENTHAT KEPT HIM INTHE HALLWAYS.WAS THE CHILDRENTHAT KEPT HIM INTHE HALLWAYS.THAT KEPT HIM INTHE HALLWAYS.THAT KEPT HIM INTHE HALLWAYS.6.43.03 'I STAYEDTHE HALLWAYS.6.43.03 'I STAYEDTHE HALLWAYS.6.43.03 'I STAYEDBECAUSE I HAD TO6.43.03 'I STAYEDBECAUSE I HAD TO6.43.03 'I STAYEDBECAUSE I HAD TOREALIZE I WAS6.43.03 'I STAYEDBECAUSE I HAD TOREALIZE I WASSTRONG AT HEARTBECAUSE I HAD TOREALIZE I WASSTRONG AT HEARTBECAUSE I HAD TOREALIZE I WASSTRONG AT HEARTAND STRONG ANDREALIZE I WASSTRONG AT HEARTAND STRONG ANDREALIZE I WASSTRONG AT HEARTAND STRONG ANDSTRONG AT MIND.STRONG AT HEARTAND STRONG ANDSTRONG AT MIND.STRONG AT HEARTAND STRONG ANDSTRONG AT MIND.AND I WASNTAND STRONG ANDSTRONG AT MIND.AND I WASNTAND STRONG ANDSTRONG AT MIND.AND I WASNTNECESSARILY HERESTRONG AT MIND.AND I WASNTNECESSARILY HEREAND I WASNTNECESSARILY HEREAND I WASNTNECESSARILY HEREFOR ME, BUT FORNECESSARILY HEREFOR ME, BUT FORNECESSARILY HEREFOR ME, BUT FORTHE CHILDREN.'FOR ME, BUT FORTHE CHILDREN.'FOR ME, BUT FORTHE CHILDREN.'AND A 5TH GRADETHE CHILDREN.'AND A 5TH GRADETHE CHILDREN.'AND A 5TH GRADESTUDENT WHOAND A 5TH GRADESTUDENT WHOAND A 5TH GRADESTUDENT WHOWOULDNT BE ABLESTUDENT WHOWOULDNT BE ABLETO HAVE HISSTUDENT WHOWOULDNT BE ABLETO HAVE HISSHINING MOMENTSTUDENT WHOWOULDNT BE ABLETO HAVE HISSHINING MOMENTWITHOUTWOULDNT BE ABLETO HAVE HISSHINING MOMENTWITHOUTTO HAVE HISSHINING MOMENTWITHOUTTO HAVE HISSHINING MOMENTWITHOUTMR.LEWIS.SHINING MOMENTWITHOUTMR.LEWIS.SHINING MOMENTWITHOUTMR.LEWIS.6.40.29 'I TOLD HIMWITHOUTMR.LEWIS.6.40.29 'I TOLD HIMMR.LEWIS.6.40.29 'I TOLD HIMMR.LEWIS.6.40.29 'I TOLD HIMTHAT HE HAD TOMR.LEWIS.6.40.29 'I TOLD HIMTHAT HE HAD TOMAKE A PROMISE6.40.29 'I TOLD HIMTHAT HE HAD TOMAKE A PROMISE6.40.29 'I TOLD HIMTHAT HE HAD TOMAKE A PROMISETO ME BECAUSE ITTHAT HE HAD TOMAKE A PROMISETO ME BECAUSE ITTHAT HE HAD TOMAKE A PROMISETO ME BECAUSE ITWAS NOTHING FORMAKE A PROMISETO ME BECAUSE ITWAS NOTHING FORMAKE A PROMISETO ME BECAUSE ITWAS NOTHING FORME TO DOTO ME BECAUSE ITWAS NOTHING FORME TO DOTO ME BECAUSE ITWAS NOTHING FORME TO DOSOMETHING LIKEWAS NOTHING FORME TO DOSOMETHING LIKEME TO DOSOMETHING LIKEME TO DOSOMETHING LIKETHAT FOR HIM.

BUTSOMETHING LIKETHAT FOR HIM.

BUTSOMETHING LIKETHAT FOR HIM.

BUTHE HAS TO KEEP INTHAT FOR HIM.

BUTHE HAS TO KEEP INTHAT FOR HIM.

BUTHE HAS TO KEEP INMIND THAT ONE DAYTHAT FOR HIM.

BUTHE HAS TO KEEP INMIND THAT ONE DAYHES GOING TO BEHE HAS TO KEEP INMIND THAT ONE DAYHES GOING TO BEHE HAS TO KEEP INMIND THAT ONE DAYHES GOING TO BEIN THE POSITION OFMIND THAT ONE DAYHES GOING TO BEIN THE POSITION OFMIND THAT ONE DAYHES GOING TO BEIN THE POSITION OFMR. LEWIS AND HEHES GOING TO BEIN THE POSITION OFMR. LEWIS AND HEHES GOING TO BEIN THE POSITION OFMR. LEWIS AND HEHAS TO DO THEIN THE POSITION OFMR. LEWIS AND HEHAS TO DO THEIN THE POSITION OFMR. LEWIS AND HEHAS TO DO THESAME THING'MR. LEWIS AND HEHAS TO DO THESAME THING'HAS TO DO THESAME THING'HAS TO DO THESAME THING'LEWIS SAYS HESAME THING'LEWIS SAYS HELEWIS SAYS HELEWIS SAYS HEPLANS TO FINISHLEWIS SAYS HEPLANS TO FINISHOUT HIS CONTRACTPLANS TO FINISHOUT HIS CONTRACTPLANS TO FINISHOUT HIS CONTRACTWITH GEORGEPLANS TO FINISHOUT HIS CONTRACTWITH GEORGEMASONOUT HIS CONTRACTWITH GEORGEMASONWITH GEORGEMASONWITH GEORGEMASONELEMENTARY--MASONELEMENTARY--MASONELEMENTARY--AND EVEN HOPESELEMENTARY--AND EVEN HOPESELEMENTARY--AND EVEN HOPESTO OPEN HIS OWNAND EVEN HOPESTO OPEN HIS OWNAND EVEN HOPESTO OPEN HIS OWNSCHOOL ONE DAY--TO OPEN HIS OWNSCHOOL ONE DAY--TO OPEN HIS OWNSCHOOL ONE DAY--CREATE JOBS ANDTO OPEN HIS OWNSCHOOL ONE DAY--CREATE JOBS ANDALWAYS BE ASCHOOL ONE DAY--CREATE JOBS ANDALWAYS BE ASCHOOL ONE DAY--CREATE JOBS ANDALWAYS BE ABLESSING TOCREATE JOBS ANDALWAYS BE ABLESSING TOCREATE JOBS ANDALWAYS BE ABLESSING TOSOMEBODY.ALWAYS BE ABLESSING TOSOMEBODY.BLESSING TOSOMEBODY.SOMEBODY.




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