VIDEO | JCPS students react as teachers tell them how special they are
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Jefferson County Public Schools teachers say they are spreading positivity through a new video.
The video, launched on Monday, shows clips of middle and high school students reacting as their teachers tell them how special they are.
It was posted on YouTube as part of JCPSForward, a "strategic effort to identify, connect and build relationships with educators in JCPS who are deeply impacting learning and teaching," according to a news release.
"I've been challenged to pull out one student who makes me want to come to work every day," Farnsley Middle School teacher Cynthia Boyles said to her student in the video. "You are my student who I picked because your love for math is amazing and you make my job great. Thank you."
"You inspire me," Iroquois High School teacher Danielle Gray said to her student, Cheyenne, in the video. "I want to let you know that you are so positive. You just bring a positive light and a great energy to the classroom. It is definitely missed when you're not there, and I want to let you know that I do what I do because of students like you."