She needed help, her teacher showed up on her porch. Heroes are showing up all over the country as life has been flipped upside-down by the coronavirus. Like many students, 12-year-old Rylee Anderson is learning at home. But algebraic graphing wasn't coming easy. "My mom got all the questions wrong when she helped me before," Rylee told CNN. Sure, Mr. Chris Waba could have easily replied to Rylee's email but that didn't happen. He could tell she was really struggling. The doorbell rang. The Madison, South Dakota teacher lived just across the street and there he was - whiteboard and marker in hand. Mr. Waba helped Rylee through it all - the screen door and a safe social distance between. Rylee's dad, Dakota State University head football coach, snapped a photo of the moment. How are teachers in your community going above and beyond? Are your children struggling with online learning? Is this a viable plan long-term?