STOCKTON, Calif. -Tis the season in Stockton, a holiday craft fair is near, but before Lori Gobbi's students spread holiday cheer, there are a few areas of business she needs to make clear.
Disabilities aside her special education class is focused on their list, trying to make the best impression so nothing goes amiss
Santa and his elves are ready, including 19-year-old, Trevian.
But what these students care most about is the woman who is putting this on.
She first taught the deaf and knew her calling was Special Ed.
When it comes to care, her students insist there is a lot to be said.
She's by their side with a mission in mind, dedicated to making sure each and every one of them will be fine.
They are learning independence and job skills to help them soar, but Gobbi said what she gets out of her work is so much more.
When she's not working, the mother of three, focuses on volunteering, swimming and charity.
But if you ask Lori Gobbi if a makeshift classroom in Stockton is where she plans to stay, she'll tell you, seeing her students shine is what brings her joy each and every day.