This week’s One Class at a Time grant was awarded to Reginald Pressley, the Automotive Technology instructor at Jackson-Olin High School. Pr…
Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks is born, and Major League Baseball finally begins to induct Negro League players. All this and more in toda…
It was a very special “100th Day of School” for the students at Kingwood Christian School in Alabaster.
President Truman pushed Congress to adopt a civil rights program, and the District of Columbia abolishes slavery. All this and more in today…
Ms. Allyson McCombs is the latest teacher to win our One Class at a Time grant! We surprised her during an assembly- and she had no clue we …
The exceptional education teachers at Shades Valley Technical Academy have an extra $1,000 to spend on their classroom.
Her family is pleading for information that can bring her home.
29-year-old Brittany Bailey was last seen by her coworkers and neighbors on December 22.
Hill says the grant money will go a long way towards helping some of his students attend upcoming band trips.
Right before the holiday break, a Springville High School teacher got an early gift from the One Class at a Time team.
The group of teachers that work in the multiple disabilities classroom teach basic life skills.
It’s teachers like Ms. Stephanie Branum that make giving away the One Class at a Time grant so special.
A special education teacher from Fultondale Elementary School has an $1,000 to spend on her students.
He may be driving a red, 2013 Hyundai Genesis with Alabama tag number 354APF.
Eddie “Larry” Tiffin, 69, is a 6′ tall, 165 pound white male that suffers from a medical condition.