Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Preschool Teacher Realized Student Was Having Troubles At Home After He Told Father’s Secret.

Sometimes in life we come across a sad situation that requires our immediate attention. That is especially true when it involves the happiness and well-being of a child. Nobody wants to see a child suffer in any kind of manner, so we try to do whatever we can to ensure that the children in our lives are happy and healthy. That's exactly the case in this story. This preschool teacher saw that one of her students wasn't doing okay in his home life, so she knew she had to do something to intervene. Something that some would say, made her a hero.

Nancy Bleuer is a preschool teacher at Washington Charlie Brown Preschool & Childcare in Mason City, Iowa.

When someone goes into the profession of teaching, they do it because they love it. They love the fact that they get the chance to help mold a child's mind or to be someone the child could trust and depend on.

Nancy Bleuer is a preschool teacher at Washington Charlie Brown Preschool & Childcare in Mason City, Iowa.

Nancy Bleuer

Nancy is certainly no exception to that.

At 54-years-old, Nancy has spent quite a bit of time molding the bright minds of today's future. And she absolutely adores each and every one of her children.

Nancy loves her children so much, that she can tell when one of them is a bit off.

So, it's no surprise that when one of her students wasn't acting like his normal self, she knew she had to figure out why. Nancy sat down with 4-year-old Camden for a little chat.

After speaking to Camden, she realized he was having a bit of trouble at home.

Nancy never wanted to see any of her students in a rough situation, so she decided to take things into her own hands. Nancy knew she needed to call home to Camden's dad.

It wasn't the easiest phone call to make, but Nancy got to the bottom of Camden's troubles.

It turned out that Camden's dad, Darreld Petersen, wasn't doing so well health wise. In fact, Darreld's future looked pretty bleak.

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