It isn't only the students getting their hands stamped. Woods is also sporting the mark so she could be their role model, she told "GMA."
Now that their story has gone viral because of the coronavirus outbreak, Woods and her students may have started a wave of cleanliness not just in the school with other classrooms following Woods’ lead but also across the country.
"I just told my third graders at the end fo the day. This should keep their cup full because we're helping even the nation now. Half the kids in the nation might have stamps on their hands now and that's been exciting for them," Woods told KOMU.
Even the students’ parents are excited to see if their kids have stamps on their hands when they get home from school.