One Class at a Time
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This week’s KPAX-TV and Republic Services One Class at a Time winner is Rattlesnake Elementary 5th grade science teacher Sara Ibis.
Washington Middle School Spanish teacher Lindsey Egelston is this week’s One Class at a Time Grant winner.
Band teacher Mr Z, as his students call him, has the task of molding these first-time band students into a smooth-sounding unit.
This week’s One Class at a time winner is DeSmet School first grade teacher Beth Ryan.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner is Stevensville kindergarten teacher Jennifer Walthall.
This week’s winner of a Republic Services and KPAX-TV One Class at a Time Grant is a 6th grade social studies teacher from Target Range School.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner is purchasing dramatic play costumes and accessories for her young students.
Hawthorne Elementary School teacher Maureen Ojala will use the money to buy audio books for her special needs students.
Washington Middle School Spanish teacher Lindsey Egelston. is this week’s winner.
Sentinel High School woodshop teacher Thomas Boelman already has a big project in mind for his students.
This week’s One Class at a Time winner is Hellgate Elementary School Broadcasting and Technology teacher Jamie Blixt.
Our first winner of a One Class at a time Grant for the 2018-2019 school year is C.S. Porter Middle School art teacher Leslie Snoke.
KPAX-TV, KAJ-TV and Republic Services have once again teamed up to bring you One Class at a Time.
This week’s One Class at a Time Winner is searching for non-fiction text for her classroom.
Hamilton Middle School Earth Science teacher Becky McGillivray is the latest winner of a One Class at a Time grant winner.
Petrea Parkey says having a classroom set of durable and quality headphones is an important part of stepping up technology for her students.
Corvallis Primary School third grade teacher Lore Mayer is using live habitats to engage her students in science.
Sentinel High School English Teacher Renee Connor is looking for additional student-centric works of literature and film for her classroom.
Arlee Elementary teacher Amy Bartels is looking to make additions to the sound of music that already fills her classroom.
Big Sky High School Band Director Jesse Dochnahl says he is responsible for bringing more musical diversity into the classroom.