Most parents will never forget the first day their child ever went to school. It can be nerve wracking, but luckily there are teachers like Jennifer Griffin to make you and your child feel at ease in the classroom.
Math can be a tough subject for young students, especially when they reach middle school. But one Effingham County educator enjoys doing whatever she can to help students understand the problems and the solutions.
This has been a very tough year for students, parents, and teachers because of the pandemic. But on this Thanksgiving, we give thanks to teachers working hard, in and out of the classroom, to help students succeed.
Sometimes a student needs a second chance and sometimes they just need a different setting to help them thrive. This week’s WTOC Top Teacher Christy Anderson helps her students do just that at an alternative school in Effingham County.
How many of you wished you would have learned more about credit card interest, student loans or balancing your bank account when you were in high school? This week’s WTOC Top Teacher does that and more.
Middle school can be a tough transition for students, going from elementary school to getting ready for high school. That’s why it’s nice to have a teacher that knows exactly what her students are dealing with.
There is nothing like seeing the enthusiasm on the faces of children ready to learn, especially the younger ones. This week’s WTOC Top Teacher, keeps her students focused on learning but also having fun.
WTOC honors a Top Teacher every Wednesday. These are the teachers nominated by students and parents for making a difference in the classroom. We honored over 40 teachers this year. And as we celebrate the end of the school, we invited all of our top teachers together for a celebration luncheon.
Teachers love to share their knowledge and information with their students while building a strong support system for them.Crystal Strong, a teacher at Andrea B. Williams Elementary School, is no different.
There may be nothing as pure as the joy of seeing and hearing children playing on a perfect spring day in Savannah, and it was in this setting that we caught up with this week’s Top Teacher, Jane Madison, on Wilmington Island.
4th Grade teacher Anna Kate Mahany may not have a permanent classroom right now at Marshpoint Elementary School because of Mother Nature, but she has deep roots dug in at the school, building a strong foundation for the future.