But that wasn't a lone case. When 13-year-old special-needs student Ayla Ahmed Ali's kidneys stopped functioning, special needs coordinator Ray Coe stepped in, put his name on the donor list, and turned out to be a match. Thanks to Coe's selflessness, Ayla pulled through, achieving the status of teacher's pet for life.
She can now legally pee in the teacher's lounge.
Kindergarten teacher Marie Bell was deeply moved when she discovered 5 year-old pupil Sean Smith was missing school because his ailing father needed a kidney transplant. Bell decided that this could not stand, and donated one of her kidneys to her student's dad. Just try slacking off in class again after that.