WATCH: Teacher creates videos to honor her seniors amid coronavirus crisis

Donning a cap and gown, Susan Demoss made special videos to honor every senior in her class at Christian Heritage Academy in Oklahoma City, in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.”I wanted them to know that I love them and I missed them,” Demoss said.She made more than 40 personalized videos focused on their goals and dreams wrapped in faith. One of the videos was for 18-year-old Jackson Cargill, who plans to attend Stanford.”She talked about my character, which is something I appreciate,” Cargill said.Demoss also has made videos for Payton Taylor and Banner Penwell, who is going to go to Oklahoma State University for medical school or engineering.”It’s not a teacher-to-student relationship. It’s a mentor to mentee,” Penwell said.Those are words that brought Demoss to tears.”Been going to CHA since seventh grade. These are people I really care about,” Taylor said.”Not only is she a great teacher, but she’s a great mentor in life,” Cargill said.

Donning a cap and gown, Susan Demoss made special videos to honor every senior in her class at Christian Heritage Academy in Oklahoma City, in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.

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“I wanted them to know that I love them and I missed them,” Demoss said.

She made more than 40 personalized videos focused on their goals and dreams wrapped in faith. One of the videos was for 18-year-old Jackson Cargill, who plans to attend Stanford.

“She talked about my character, which is something I appreciate,” Cargill said.

Demoss also has made videos for Payton Taylor and Banner Penwell, who is going to go to Oklahoma State University for medical school or engineering.

“It’s not a teacher-to-student relationship. It’s a mentor to mentee,” Penwell said.

Those are words that brought Demoss to tears.

“Been going to CHA since seventh grade. These are people I really care about,” Taylor said.

“Not only is she a great teacher, but she’s a great mentor in life,” Cargill said.