Barry White Jr., who teaches fifth-grade literacy at Ashley Park PreK-8 School in Charlotte, North Carolina, has created a different, personalized handshake to greet each of his pupils as they arrive in the morning.

“It’s muscle memory at this point,” he told ABC News. “I do it so much with them. They love coming up to me and doing it. I just know the certain moves that go with certain kids because it’s personalized. For example, I started a step team at the school. Some of my fifth graders I teach are on that step team and you’ll notice we step a little bit in their handshakes.”

White not only has a personalized handshake for every single one of his students in each of his three classes, he also has handshakes with volunteers, fellow educators, and students in other grades.