To the world you may be just a teacher, but to one pre-kindergarten student, her teacher has become hero. Earlier this month, Robin Mach donated a kidney to her student. Ms. Robin, pre-kindergarten teacher, has proved that teachers don't need a cape to be a superhero.
Kayleigh Kulage, a student at Doris Hoffman Early Learning Center, first met Ms. Robin during a home visit for educational services. From the time Ms. Robin met Kayleigh until now, Ms. Robin wanted Kayleigh to have a normal life and experience school like the rest of the students. Ms. Robin began working with pre-kindergarten students in 1999. She is known for going above the norm to ensure her students have the necessary services to perform at their ability level. Dr. Stephanie Bechard stated, “Ms. Robin has always had a very strong sense of community and supporting our students outside of school. She always thinks of others in need and sees how all things affect our students and families. Her heart for our students, families, and community is monumental.”
Ms. Robin is one of a kind and MVR-III is lucky to have her on staff educating the students of this community. Use the link to see the Fox 2 News story; https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/pacific-mo-girl-receives-kidney-from-her-pre-k-teacher/