Friday, September 2, 2016

Student and Teacher are 'Kidney Friends for Life'

WLUK | Alex Ronallo

Oakfield — OAKFIELD (WLUK) -- On the first day back to school a student and teacher shared a once in a lifetime bond.

The student, Natasha Fuller needed a kidney transplant and the teacher at Oakfield Elementary School was a match. That teacher, Jodi Schmidt, gave Fuller the gift of life.

A raucous rally capped off the Oakfield School District's first day of 2016-2017.

Second grader Natasha Fuller and third grade teacher Jodi Schmidt were the stars.

"Mrs. Schmidt is the wonderfullest teacher and she takes care of a lot of kids!" exclaimed Fuller. Continue reading

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