41NBC’s What’s Right with Our Schools airs every Monday, during 41NBC News at 6. 41NBC Anchor/Reporter Karlisha Booze goes across Middle Georgia looking for stories that show how our schools are working to make a difference.  It’s an opportunity for you to make an appointment with us to see positive stories about local school systems. If you have a story idea for Taylor or Karlisha, here’s how you can reach them.

4 weeks ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: “Teens in the Driver Seat” program brings awareness to distracted driving

Twiggs County High School uses "Teens in the Driver Seat" program to bring awareness of distracted driving.
1 month ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: “Annual Greyhound Grad March” encourages students to excel

Dozens of Jones County graduates filled the halls at Gray Elementary for the "Annual Greyhound Grad March."
1 month ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Crawford County Middle School uses incentive store as a motivational tool

Crawford County Middle School is using a motivational tool to build students' character.
2 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Interactive Zoo used as a learning tool for students

DUBLIN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Some first graders in Laurens County are stepping away from the books and learning first hand about animals, from other students. First graders have been studying and researching animals inside of the classroom. Now, they’re bringing that research to life. Students put together an interactive zoo to give a visual demonstration […]
2 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: RAFB workers teach students STEM

Robins Air Force Base employees are partnering with Huntington Middle School to teach students about STEM.
2 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Midway Elementary uses ‘Bookworms’ program to increase literacy skills

Teachers at Midway Elementary School use the "Bookworms" program to help students read better, understand what they read and to increase their vocabulary.
2 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: ‘Drama Club’ at Huntington Middle builds students’ self confidence

A school in Houston County has an after school program that helps build students' self confidence.
3 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Turner Woods Elementary teacher helps students focus through African drumming club

JONES COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A Jones County teacher is sharing the art of music with his students . Music teacher Chad Sebroski has been teaching at Turner Woods Elementary school for two years. He teaches African drumming and dance to students in grades kindergarten through fifth. Sebroski says playing is simple, all they need […]
3 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Samuel Hubbard Elementary School teaches students how to grow crops

Elementary students in Monroe County are learning the fundamentals of growing crops through a hydroponics program.
3 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Turner Woods first grade teacher offers multiple seating options to students

GRAY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A first grade teacher in Gray is making sure her students are more relaxed while they are inside of the classroom. In a traditional classroom setting students are sitting in hard chairs and paying attention to teachers as they lecture. But at Turner Woods Elementary, first grader teacher Marci Mckeever is […]