A group of students banded together to bid their teacher farewell after her course was discontinued for distance learning.

Sophomore Bella Watkins, 16, of Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas, invited 11 of her friends to share selfie footage as they said goodbye to Mrs. Heather Hare.

"I immediately started bawling my eyes out," Hare told "Good Morning America." "It was fun to see which face would pop up next."

PHOTO: Heather Hare teaches Family Consumer Science--a life skills course where students learn things they may experience as young adults entering the real world. Hare is employed at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas.
Heather Hare
Heather Hare teaches Family Consumer Science--a life skills course where students learn things they may experience as young adults entering the real world. Hare is employed at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas.

Hare teaches Family Consumer Science -- a life skills course where students learn things they may experience as young adults entering the real world. Since the school decided to focus on core electives, Hare's classes were put on pause, she said.

PHOTO: Sophomore Bella Watkins, 16, of Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas, invited 11 of her friends to share selfie footage as they said goodbye to Mrs. Heather Hare.
Bella Watkins
Sophomore Bella Watkins, 16, of Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas, invited 11 of her friends to share selfie footage as they said goodbye to Mrs. Heather Hare.

"It breaks my heart because so many kiddos look for for a break in their day and they enjoy coming to my class," Hare said. "The last unit was sewing. We had so many fun projects [planned] and we didn't get to do those."

Hare posted her own tearful video for her class in Google Learning about this year's course reaching an early end.

"It hurt me to see her so upset because she's so helpful and always so nice," student Bella told "GMA." "To see her crying it was awful. I said, 'I have to do something for her.'"

PHOTO: Heather Hare teaches Family Consumer Science. Hare is employed at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas. Because Hare's course is an elective, it's been discontinued amid pandemic.
Heather Hare
Heather Hare teaches Family Consumer Science--a life skills course where students learn things they may experience as young adults entering the real world. Hare is employed at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas. Because Hare's course is an elective, it's been discontinued amid pandemic.
PHOTO: Heather Hare teaches Family Consumer Science. Hare is employed at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas. Because Hare's course is an elective, it's been discontinued amid pandemic.
Heather Hare
Heather Hare teaches Family Consumer Science--a life skills course where students learn things they may experience as young adults entering the real world. Hare is employed at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas. Because Hare's course is an elective, it's been discontinued amid pandemic.

Bella included a number of students in the goodbye video, including graduating seniors Hare teaches and interacts with as she's on both prom and graduation boards.

"I think she was really touched by the video. Everybody that knows her, loves her," she said.

Katie Kandlbinder, 15, who is second to appear in the video, said she was thrilled with the response to Bella's project idea.

PHOTO: Heather Hare teaches Family Consumer Science. Hare is employed at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas. Because Hare's course is an elective, it's been discontinued amid pandemic.
Heather Hare
Heather Hare teaches Family Consumer Science--a life skills course where students learn things they may experience as young adults entering the real world. Hare is employed at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas. Because Hare's course is an elective, it's been discontinued amid pandemic.
PHOTO: Katie Kandlbinder, 15, is a student of Heather Hare's at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas.
Katie Kandlbinder
Katie Kandlbinder, 15, is a student of Heather Hare's at Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas.

"It was nice to see that many people care about [Mrs. Hare] the way that I care about her," Katie told "GMA."

Besides Bella and Katie, the following students appear in the video goodbye to Hare: Loraley Rogers, Rand Adai, Jessica Roberts, Nick Skiavo, Jodi Spradlin, Brooklyn Dunn, Jasmine Garcia, Bethany Gillespie, Lexi Gilleran and Micayla Clark.