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What’s Right With Our Schools: Huntington Middle School’s Beta Club builds students’ character

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Houston County students are building up their character and understanding why it's important to help others. Future leaders of tomorrow are...

What’s Right With Our Schools: Bleckley County High School educator recognized for making a difference in students’ lives

BLECKLEY COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - A teacher who is also a coach is being recognized for his outstanding performance in the classroom and on...

What’s Right With Our Schools: Dublin students earn high school credits during the summer

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What’s Right With Our Schools: school club makes positive difference in students’ lives

A school club in Houston County is making a difference in students' lives.

What’s Right With Our Schools: ‘Young Gents Club’ aims to train boys to become professional men

Crawford County Middle School adopts a club to help shape young boys into professional men.

What’s Right With Our Schools: STEAM exploratory classes help with critical thinking skills

Gray Elementary students are enhancing their critical thinking skills in STEAM exploratory classes.

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.

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."

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.

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.

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.

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.