At first I thought the money was for an excursion to an agricultural center. Upon further inspection, the teacher realized that the money was not for the field trip at all.

The bag contained $15 and, according to The Mirror, the handwritten note attached to it read: “Dear Mrs Chambers, I don’t think teachers get paid enough for what they do, would you accept this gift?” There was also an arrow pointing to the money with a note saying it was Williams’ money, in case there was any question as to whether or not he took it from the purse. of his mother or his father.

When Chambers read the note, she immediately got goosebumps all over her body. Although the 16-year-old teacher was practically moved to tears by the kind gesture, she was unable to accept the money from her student.

Instead of making Williams feel bad about the gesture, she returned the kindness by hugging him and writing a note back. His note read, “I can’t accept this but I appreciate the gesture, Parker. Students like you are the reason to teach.”

The boy’s father in third grade, Daryl Williams, discovered his son’s unique gift when he saw the note in his backpack. After sharing the story and photos of the note on Facebook, the act of kindness towards her son quickly spread.

Williams’ mother said she had no idea what her son would do and that he did it all by himself. It just shows that children learn by example and, given the chance, they will do great things.

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