Paola teacher using dry-erase board drawings to get students excited for school

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PAOLA, Kan. -- It can be hard to get your kids excited to go to school, but a Paola teacher is using markers, a dry erase board and her talents to get kids excited about learning.

DeAnna Morgan has taught art at Paola High School for the past two years, and she draws on her dry erase board to get her kids excited about learning. She also found it helps her connect with them and inspire them in their own art.

She takes requests from the entire school and tries to do an original drawing every single day. She even drew FOX4's Matt Stewart on Thursday!

See more of Morgan's magical drawings and hear from her and her students in the video player above.

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