Have a pretty heartwarming story to tell you guys. My husband also works for our school district. He is not a teacher. His official job title is custodian but he doesn't clean the buildings. He is actually in charge of our sports fields. He maintains the football, baseball, softball fields and grounds. Takes care of our golf range and tennis courts. Basically if it's sports related he maintains it. Plus he does the pest control for the district. Today he went into the dressing rooms looking for our Head football coach. He didn't find him, but what he did find made his day, year, and other than the birth of our children I have never see him cry like he did today. He walked in and several of our football boys stopped what they were doing, came over and shook his hand told him how much they appreciated all the hard work he has put in and then told him they are dedicating the rest of the season to him. There was no prodding from a coach at least non at that moment because there wasn't one in the room. My husband is a humble hard working man who doesn't take compliments easy but this meant the world to him. I think he will take this afternoon's moment to his grave. (Not that it's going to happen anytime soon) So see even if your are the custodian, the lunch lady, the aide, the teacher or principal it takes all of us to educate our kids, because sometimes we are educating them in life not just academics.