Melissa Foster is a math and technology teacher who told us she plans to use her $1,000 grant check to purchase items to help her students w…
Mark Prater surprised another deserving teacher with a One Class at a Time grant check.
Geri Evans is a “STEAM” coach. She teaches science, technology, engineering, arts and math.
Kelly told us that her students are in desperate need of new outfits for swim olympics.
For this week’s One Class at a Time, I went to Meek High School. That’s where I surprised Jesse James with a one thousand dollar grant check…
This week we hit the road for Fayette, Alabama for One Class at a Time!
Katie Boyd is a music teacher at Grantswood Community School, and our team stopped by to reward her hard work with a $1,000 grant check.
Ginger McCurry is a drama teacher — and a choral music instructor. She told us that she hopes to use the money to purchase new choral riser…
Congratulations to Ms. Emma Black! She’s this week’s recipient of our One Class at a Time grant.
Ford told us that she plans to use the money to purchase items her students can use while exploring the world of music.
For this week’s One Class at a Time, I went to Concord Elementary School to surprise Alicia Smith with a thousand dollar check!
Puckett is an occupational therapist at three schools in Pelham. She told us she was “blown away” by the surprise.
Ramsey is a third-grade teacher who told us that she plans to use the money to purchase more Google Chromebooks for her classroom.
Band teacher Sara Lipscomb may be marching a little more thanks to a $1,000 check, courtesy of Little Caesar and CBS42’s own Mark Prater.
We delivered a $1,000 check to Angie McGowan, an exceptional education teacher who plans to use the money to purchase Google Chromebooks.