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When Moody Elementary's custodian, Mr. Eugene, heard that one of the students had an "accident" in the gym, he thought he was prepared. When he entered the gym though, he found the school's entire third-grade class there to surprise him for "Custodian Appreciation Day."

Just like Mr. Eugene himself, we were very touched by all the love from the students. We just had to hear more, so our RTM hosts spoke to Mr. Eugene via Skype about how much this day meant to him.

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