Life is a journey and hopefully you have a good guide along the way. At Glennville Christian Academy, one teacher walks hand and hand with her students, making sure they follow the right path.
Linda Keith keeps the 4- and 5-year-olds excited about learning. They sing and dance and practice writing their letters.
"It's a lot of fun and the initial teaching is what really inspires you," Keith said. "Because when you see them learning for the first time, it's really great."
Keith says she draws her inspiration for teaching from the Lord, and hopes to pass that along to the children at Glennville Christian Academy.
"I hope they take the knowledge of Jesus in their heart," she said. "I want them to be able to know the Lord and I think they do."
Student Faith Anderson told us, "I like going to school every day."
"She plays games with us and she has fun," added classmate Ashley Carruthers.
"We do have a lot of fun," said Keith. "We like to play a lot of games with the children."
A bounding energy and joy is what Keith brings to students every day. "I just love these kids. I always want them to learn. I want them to learn more."
Linda Keith, this week's WTOC Top Teacher.
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