WWAY NewsChannel 3 is proud to announce the third year of Teacher of the Week! This school year, Good Morning Carolina’s Sarah Murphy and Randy Aldridge are hitting the classrooms once again to present deserving teachers with grants.
Sponsors are excited to join with us this year to make sure teachers and students get the educational tools they need to excel in the classroom.
Each Tuesday of the school year tune into WWAY NewsChannel 3 at 6 p.m. to see if your teacher wins!
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Teachers educate our youth every day, but more often than not the roles are reversed. Our Teacher of the Week, Claire Quick, works with kindergartners and says patience is a daily lesson the students teach her.
A teacher's support and encouragement can make a world-of-difference in a student's life, in and outside of the classroom.
Our Teacher of the Week, Hannah Siler, was inspired by one of her elementary school teachers to be the head of the class after she and her family were told she'd never even graduate from high school.
Learning to dust yourself off and stand up again is a lesson most everyone has had to overcome at some point or another. Then, once you get back up, it’s about learning to adapt and adjust to your surroundings.
Our Teacher of the Week didn't have to find a four-leaf clover or kiss the Blarney Stone for luck. Hard work, passion, and dedication were enough to get her a pot of gold.
The list of activities Kelly Crowley gets involved in is long and all geared to give her fourth grade students the best school experience they can have.
From Girls on the Run to the Walk to Cure Diabetes she is one busy lady who says her job is to help students make good decisions.
Our Teacher of the Week said she never had an interest in becoming an educator until after she graduated school and started working with children.
Now that Susan Allred found her way back into the classroom, she said she feels like it is where she belongs.
Keeping second graders excited about learning is no easy task, but it is a challenge that our Teacher of the Week Bianca Bozeman is up to.
Our Teacher of the Week served our country as a marine, and now he serves the community as a seventh grade teacher. Growing up David Beebe said he struggled with a learning disability.