Class Act

  Macon East Academy teacher's career turns 50

The old saying goes: "Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life." - for one educator, that statement still rings true after teaching youngster for decades!

  140 new teachers complete the first day on the job for MPS

While walking into schools across Montgomery Monday, kids of all ages were greeted by some familiar faces. But a new batch of educators is also pretty excited to call the inside of an MPS classroom their own.

Teacher inspires students to set, exceed goals at Fitzpatrick Elementary

One teacher knows that her students are capable of great things in life, and she constantly thrives to makes sure they have the tools necessary to be successful.

Building a strong educational foundation in Selma

One teacher's journey in life was like most teens when she was about to graduate high school. She didn't know what she wanted to do with her life. But once her career path landed in education, she never looked back!

Building something to be proud of at Vaughn Road Elementary

One educator in Montgomery is living out her childhood dreams in the classroom, and learning along side her students everyday.

  Thriving through theater at St. James School

St. James School is getting ready to put on their next big production; with the opening night of 'The Adam's Family' right around the corner, the head of the theater department is using this play as a opportunity to teach his students some important life lessons.

College prep starts early in a Tuskegee Pre-K classroom

The motto in one Tuskegee classroom revolves around the word T.E.A.M. -  one educator believes that Together, Everyone Achieves More!

Focused on hands on, fun learning in Auburn

A title one teacher in Auburn is working with the kids at Yarbrough Elementary to help them grow as students while giving them the personalized attention they need.

Setting a positive example for the students at Flowers Elementary

One educator in Montgomery has a heart not only for helping students succeed in learning, but also for providing a positive example of someone who gives to others in need.

Compassion filled classroom at Coosada Elementary

One teacher at Coosada Elementary wants to make it fun and beneficial for her students and her name is Janice Weekley.

Sparking curiosity with a new language at MacMillan

Learning a new language can be difficult, but one Spanish in Montgomery is making it fun for students of all ages and abilities!
SI article on Troy gives WSFA meteorologist small bit of credit
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Hurricane Florence leads to hospital wedding proposal
The hospital said the two have known each other for more than 20 years, but Hewett proposed this weekend in the hospital.
NC family thanks lineman by doing their laundry
Shannon Krueger and her daughters reached out to lineman in their area and offered to do their laundry.
Suicide prevention topic of awareness at ASU
Alabama State University held the first of its two suicide prevention forums Tuesday.
  Guardian Championship extended 3 years
The Symetra Tour Guardian Championship will tee off at the Robert Trent Jones Capitol Hill golf course in Prattville on Friday.
Two dead after Limestone Co. stabbing
Investigators say two women were stabbed to death and a third is being treated for self-inflicted wounds at this time.
Withdraw Kavanaugh nomination? ‘Ridiculous,’ says Trump
Trump dismisses any notion that Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court should be withdrawn
  Montgomery County commissioner pushing for property tax increase to help schools
Montgomery County commissioners are looking to create long-term financial solutions for Montgomery Public Schools.

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SI article on Troy gives WSFA meteorologist small bit of credit

Behind every giant-killer is a good...meteorologist?

Two dead after Limestone Co. stabbing

Investigators say two women were stabbed to death and a third is being treated for self-inflicted wounds at this time.