Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

2nd Grade Teacher Surprised At What She Found In Student's Backpack.

Second Grade Welcome

Second Grade Welcome

Kelly Withey

Second-grade teacher, Mrs. Bobbie Nabor, absolutely felt that kids could be trusted on what they can and cannot bring to school that day. She doesn't usually check their bags for extra safety, but that's mainly due to the fact that she trusts them entirely. Plus, the kids don't do it either, but that day, she noticed something strange going on.

The Event

The Event

Jefferson Elementary School

Kids were really excited about an upcoming book fair that promised to be all kinds of fun. And everyone was on board, no matter the age, as book fair events are super exciting and fun for everyone at school. This was one of the many reasons why Mrs. Nabors got distracted and didn't get to check the children's bags.

Morning Assignment

Morning Assignment

Jefferson Elementary School

Second-graders can get easily distracted, and that morning, Mrs. Nabors had to work extra hard to get them to focus, so they ended up spending a lot of time on their daily routine. She'd almost forgotten about checking their bags. After all, they were just kids! What could they be trying to contraband other than a Nintendo PSP?

That Bag Is Moving!

That Bag Is Moving!

Jefferson Elementary School

The whole situation was definitely off. The little girl was getting agitated as the teacher made her way towards the bag. Then suddenly, she noticed the bag was moving. As far as the teacher knew, bags shouldn't move whatsoever. She had no clue what the little girl could be hiding inside, so she reached down and opened it.

Hello, Mrs. Nabors!

Hello, Mrs. Nabors!

DailyMail

As Mrs. Nabors opened the little girl's backpack, she was greeted by a pair of tiny eyes. She was dumbfounded! There was a small brown puppy hiding inside, which could have put the other children suffering with pet allergies at risk. But Mrs. Nabors wasn't planning on punishing the girl. She had something else in mind.

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