Teachers interact with hundreds, if not thousands, of pupils during their teaching careers. That implies it’s not every day that they come across a student who is genuinely unique. However, one Kentucky teacher was shocked when a high school student responded to a test question in the most unusual way possible, resulting in a viral occurrence that had to be shared by all social media users.

Because the kid completed their exam in the most endearing manner imaginable, the instructor was unable to keep quiet about it. And now that more and more people are aware of what the Kentucky teenager did with the extra space on his paper, he is getting just desserts – and respect.

On February 21, 2020, the teacher, Winston Lee, who teaches history at Letcher County Central High School in Whitesburg, was amazed to discover that one of his students had used a blank whiteboard as a backdrop for their photo.

The picture has secured a place in the viral hall of fame since it was first released. Because it is so encouraging and inspiring, more than 62,000 people have shared the material with their families and friends.

“Have to shout this out,” Lee posted. “Had honestly never seen this.”

The addition of the student to the test was made even better by Lee’s description of him as a “straight A+ guy.”

The teacher was asked to transfer his bonus points to the student who received the lowest grade.

“If you could, can you give my bonus points to whoever scores the lowest?”

Lee was so moved by the student’s generosity that he remarked: “One of my guys… offers up his five bonus points to someone in need. Anyone. Totally offering up what is rightfully his, his earning, to any peer that may have been struggling especially hard the day of the test.”

He continued to fawn over the unnamed student after his act of kindness, which was so delightful that Lee was ecstatic., “He didn’t care if he considered them a friend, didn’t care if they were cool, didn’t matter to him what situation had caused them to score lower, he just wanted to help, be kind, commit a loving act.”

The ecstatic, emotional teacher concluded with a gush.: “This note gave me so much hope. Let us all be a little more like this young man!”

Critics accused him of being a “liberal” because he was sharing what he had earned rather than saving it for himself.

Another person said, “I teach college, and I have all manner of students from all walks of life. Some are immigrants (YES, they came here the legal way, so calm down!) who struggle with English as a second language. Some are parents; some are grandparents, some work two or three jobs just to exist while trying to better their lives. Believe it or not, what affects them outside the class affects them inside the class as well. As a teacher, I expect all my students to try their best, but I realize that some have life harder than others, and I go the extra mile to be equitable. Remember, not everybody can be a lazy moocher with a rich daddy who can purchase diplomas.”