A librarian from Sipsey Valley Middle School is the latest winner of One Class at a Time.
More laptops means that her classroom can continue to use technology throughout the day, in all subjects, every day.
After she had completely forgotten about the money, we surprised her with a $1,000 check nine months later.
With the award money, she plans to buy four tablet computers so that there is more opportunity to vary instruction based on her student’s ne…
She wants to spend the money on more laptops for her classroom because it can be difficult to share a handful of laptops with the whole scho…
Before she started teaching, Inglenook students had never had an art program.
With this money, Terrell will buy tablet computers to help with classroom efficiency.
This week’s One Class at a Time grant money was awarded to Ms. Chris Puckett, a school counselor at Cleveland Elementary School.
Inside Mr. Todd Keeney’s agri-construction class, the steady tempo of hammers is the first thing you hear when you walk in the door.
Ms. Donna Wilson, a 4th grade teacher from Kermit Johnson Elementary School, is gearing up to spend $1,000 on her classroom.
We surprised 6th grade math teacher, Ms. Contanika Johnson, while she was with her students in a PE class.
For these three teachers, it’s about teaching more than turning a wrench, it’s about getting students prepared for the world ahead.
Principal Dr. Cory O’Neal helped pull off the surprise by pretending to reprimand Burks’ classroom for being too loud in the lunchroom.
Lisa Coleman uses creativity to get her students interested in music and performing.
Hula Hoops, basket balls, jump ropes are just a few pieces of the new equipment Ms. Shauntae Lewis plans to buy for her physical education c…