A School Cafeteria Worker Had A Message For The Kids – And She Decided To Put It In Their Lunches

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Stacey Truman has been employed at Kingston Elementary school in Virginia Beach, Virginia for almost a decade. And the cafeteria manager is doing her part to make a difference in the lives of the students. In fact, Truman has come up with a creative way to deliver a positive message to the children – and her actions have been noticed around the world.

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Truman plays an important part in helping to make an impact on the pupils that attend her school. But her thinking about her own childhood doesn’t bring the cafeteria worker happy memories. Instead, she went through a difficult time when, at the age of nine, her parents decided to get a divorce.

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The separation of the future cafeteria manager’s parents completely uprooted her life. Truman, both of her sisters and her mom had to move into her grandmother’s home. So when it came to starting a family of her own, she did not want her children to grow up with the same struggles that she faced.

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