Meet Ricky Spaulding. He’s the custodian at Anderson County High School in South Carolina. Wednesday marked the last day of school so all the students and teachers were in the gymnasium for a pep rally. But this “pep rally” was just a cover for a secret surprise they had planned for Mr. Spaulding. “They said they had a spill and of course that’s my job so I went to clean the spill up,” Spaulding said. Instead of a spill, the students presented him with a bag of money totaling $1,900 — enough money to see his family stationed overseas. “My son is stationed in Italy and we are going to see him and my new granddaughter,” Spaulding said. “Words can’t describe the joy that I feel right now.” Watch this sweet video here.