1 big surprise for school cafeteria manager

All 450 of her students surprised her after she passed her U.S. citizenship exam. ABC News' Will Ganss spoke with Miss Yanet about the heartwarming moment.
2:10 | 04/08/21

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It's a celebration years in the making for yet net. He leveled his low and it's. I wasn't. The Bragg this yet that is the cafeteria manager at prairie dale elementary school in Oklahoma. Yeah yeah that come in and opted every morning. Owns a bright spot an arts. Greeting principal Michelle Anderson and the staff the same way every day. You Nadine. And on Monday a lifelong dream come true for miss you next. Passing the test to officially become a US citizen. Everything all of these cold pretty Eddie eagle Britain and that the least Shiloh of the earns each I know more now. And back analytic TD already Ahmed I got it right. He. Not only did miss Jeanette pass sorted her husband and their three kids. The Stanley emigrating from Cuba five years ago so in principal Anderson heard the good news she saw an opportunity for a learning experience. Ripping each other up. Being on each other's celebrating our different. Celebrating our accomplishment. 450. Students all lining up in the hall Biggio went crying. And I am writing that I would then. It'll make yet giving their best to support the woman who does the same for them day in and day out. Every day and title game that bad for me. In nineteen legal then had me on that witness and then we just tell us miners would try and it gave that as well and it. Because they. Chicken nugget shore but this week this year net serving up a life lesson on the side. When you one son dean do what. Prior but that you and Billy and went to live and went to bed and let it finally he nanny called anybody or who they're like at. Principal Anderson tells me to school plans on hosting this year net and her family's official oath of allegiance ceremony in two weeks since you know that whole 450 students clapping big just wasn't enough of a party I guess I'm Jorge having gone through that myself that I years ago I can tell you it's hard. It's an achievement and am proud of her or perhaps getting it done well done.

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