The bill is wiped clean at Myrtle Grove Middle School.
"I was kinda in shock, got a little teary-eyed actually," said Principal Sam Highsmith, when he learned an anonymous donor had paid off the entire cafeteria balance, which was around $2800.
There could finally be some movement in the North Carolina Senate on a bill that would ease the burden's of a budget requirement to cap class sizes in kindergarten, first, second and third grade classrooms across the state.
High expectations, a positive attitude, respect and a joy for teaching are the qualities that brought us to Wrightsboro Elementary School teacher Judy Beaman.
Our Teacher of the Week is a first grade teacher who loves challenging her students grow every day. "Every day is the unexpected," she says, "It's all about exploration and learning and challenging them to learn and to grow and to do more every day."