Over the past several weeks, schools and families have shared the various ways teachers are staying in touch with their students. Some have turned to technology with video conferencing and YouTube lessons, while others have relied on telephone, texts and emails to communicate with their classrooms. But Lori Clark, a kindergarten teacher at Spring Mills Elementary School in Berkeley County, thought of a unique way to let her students know she was thinking about them. Mrs. Clark sent out a card and friendship chain to each of her students, along with a handwritten note reminding them of their friends in class. The gesture was a simple but impactful one to let students know they’re still being cared for during the COVID-19 pandemic.