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Kids Pose For Class Photo. 30 Years Later, The Teacher Realizes The Unthinkable About Her Student...

Written by Hillary Nguyen-Don
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You spend 13 years of your life in school. From kindergarten all the way to senior year, school is a big part of a person’s life before they reach adulthood. Although teachers come and go, there are always a few that you will always remember. And even though these teachers have hundreds of students, chances are that they remember quite a few of them as well.

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When Lorly Schik flipped on her television, she was shocked to see that one of her students was on TV! He was a news reporter for the station KARE 11 Sunrise. ‘When I first saw him, I could hardly believe it,’ said the former Kindergarten teacher. ‘I can still picture him as a small dark-haired child in his K-desk!’

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Although it seems fairly normal for a teacher to recognize a student, what makes this so shocking is that the the reporter, Cory Hepola, hadn’t seen his teacher in almost 30 years! After completing high school, he went to college and pursued a career in television. After moving around to five different states he came back to Minnesota to work on KARE 11.

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Schik started teaching in the 40s and seems to remember almost all of her students that entered her classroom. Hepola was one of her kindergarten students in 1988. It was one of her second to last classes before she decided to retire. After catching him on television, she decided to write his parents a letter to tell them how proud she was of their son Corey.

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Although it seems fairly normal for a teacher to recognize a student, what makes this so shocking is that the the reporter, Cory Hepola, hadn’t seen his teacher in almost 30 years! After completing high school, he went to college and pursued a career in television. After moving around to five different states he came back to Minnesota to work on KARE 11.

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Schik started teaching in the 40s and seems to remember almost all of her students that entered her classroom. Hepola was one of her kindergarten students in 1988. It was one of her second to last classes before she decided to retire. After catching him on television, she decided to write his parents a letter to tell them how proud she was of their son Corey.

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