Coronavirus claims life of 28-year-old teacher
Demetria Bannister, a 3rd grade teacher at South Carolina's Windsor Elementary School, fell ill shortly before the start of the school year.
I'll just heart broken the back. Showing off dance moves in the school building was the norm for third grade teacher Dimi Banister. She provided with, of course, ah, lot of character known as the Songbird of Windsor. Get a She wrote and sang this song to the tune of Old Town Road to remind kids about the importance of coming to school. She was just amazing. One of the hardest thing is just to talk about Demi in past tense US teachers at Windsor, I can tell you that it's still we're feeling talk. Richland two was notified. Miss Banister tested positive for Cove in 19 on September 5th. She died just three days later, challenging. We're really just beginning to process this loss, District Superintendent Baron Davis says. Miss Banisters Last day in the building was August 28th, the last work day for teachers before the start of the year. We did everything that we that we were that we were supposed to do on communicating and making sure that our the space was appropriately, um, sanitize while this school community grieves, they're trying to stay positive, appreciate If she was around, she will say something along the lines off. Come on, guys. You know you should cheer up. You should keep going on and just make people happy. And they say Miss banisters, joyful spirit and love for students will live on inside this building.