700 Students Form A Guard Of Honor To Thank A Retiring Teacher

By December 21, 2016December 27th, 2016Free Hugs Blog

Such a powerful display of appreciation!

After 38 years, the physical education teacher at the Coll├Ęge Paul-Fort in Is-sur-Tille, France, retired on Friday, December 16th.

At the time of his departure, more than 700 students formed a hedge of honor to show their appreciation for the beloved teacher.

It was an unexpected moment that was full of emotion for Alain Donnat.

“I saw the looks of children crying, I had to cry too,” Donnat said.

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