An elementary school teacher is going viral for the inventive way she’s keeping in touch with her students while they’re stuck at home. Brandy Hurtado, who teaches at W.O. Gray Elementary School in Balch Springs, Texas. planned the heartwarming gesture after her in-person classes were suspended, according to Good Morning America. Hurtado, 39, started with virtual check-ins, but then one of her students asked if she could come visit them. "I was on a call with one of my students, and I could see that something was bothering him... and he said that he missed me and asked if I could come over and see him,” Hurtado told Good Morning America. So the teacher came over — while still maintaining a social distanced degree of separation, that is. Hurtado visited the student’s house in her car with a giant “I Miss You” poster, painted with massive letters and hearts. The move was apparently so successful that Hurtado started doing it for all of her students. driving across the city to visit as many kids as she could. Hurtado’s students said the “drive-bys” certainly helped them, especially during a time when they’re stuck at home.