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Leachman Auto Group’s ‘One Classroom At A Time’ has concluded for the 2020 calendar year. Check this page after December 1st for information on 2021’s One Classroom program. In the meantime, watch this year’s winning teachers react to our surprise visits and giant checks below!
Our thanks to the WNKY 40 News Team and our wonderful Kentucky teachers for educating and informing our community. Until next time!
The first One Classroom at a Time recipient is South Edmonson Elementary School fourth grade teacher Heather White. Mrs. White led an initiative to bring a Greenhouse to the school. Leachman Buick GMC and WNKY 40 awarded Mrs. White a $500 check to go toward the project.
The second week’s winner is Ms. Casey Bates of South Warren High School. Ms. Bates is an art teacher that inspires her students to make an impact in the community with her love of art and philanthropy.
The third week’s winner is Mrs. Megan Durbin-Houchens of Henry F. Moss Middle School in Bowling Green. Mrs. Megan Durbin-Houchens is a math teacher who created a crochet and knitting club that has made a big impact on her students.
The fourth week’s winner is Mrs. Lesley London of Metcalfe County Middle School. Mrs. London teaches a class called Service Learning. The program teaches students leadership, pride, work ethic and work-related skills. Mrs. London was nominated by Buddie Brockman.
The fifth week’s winner is Mrs. Jamie Holland England of the Allen County Primary Center in Scottsville. Mrs. England has implemented a Flexible Seating program in her classroom in hopes of making students feel comfortable and confident in their learning environment.
The sixth week’s winner is Mrs. Sarah Hughes of Green County Middle School. Mrs. Hughes turned a spirited classroom debate about zoo animals into a chance for her students to take a trip of a lifetime.
The final winner of 2020 is Mrs. Michelle Roberts from North Warren Elementary. Mrs. Roberts is a new counselor and would like to have more resources that focus on trauma-informed care and social-emotional learning for her students. She has recently started a Leading Ladies group that teaches her students to be confident, empathic, and inspiring leaders.