GOLDEN APPLE: Wes Wood from Thrasher Elementary
Wes Wood's enthusiasm for teaching has been described as contagious. Video Video
GOLDEN APPLE: Diane Hitchcock from Snow Hill Elementary
Diane Hitchcock wants her students to raise the bar, then and pass it. Video Video
GOLDEN APPLE: John Daum from Central High School
John Daum goes above and beyond for his students. The Central High School teacher cares so much, when one of his students came down with cancer, he shaved his head to show his support. Video Video
GOLDEN APPLE: Kay McDowell from Lakeview Fort Oglethorpe High
Kay McDowell never takes the easy way out with her special ed class. When they wanted to go on a field trip, instead of saying no because of funding concerns, she helped them make crafts to raise money, and learn a vocation. Video Video
GOLDEN APPLE: Randi Streufert from Belvoir Christian Academy
Randi Streufert teaches two classes at one time. Having a combined class of fourth and fifth graders takes patience and organization, but Streufert still provides a fun, challenging and loving environment for her students Video Video
GOLDEN APPLE: Laura Pecor from Soddy Elementary
Laura Pecor didn't want to be like the teacher in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. So, a few years ago, she learned a new teaching method that balances short attention spans and state standards. Video Video
GOLDEN APPLE: Jack Rich from Red Bank Middle
Students at Red Bank Middle give Jack Rich high marks for his ability to make lessons easy to understand. Video Video
GOLDEN APPLE: Dexter Bell from The Howard School
Dexter Bell opens his students up to endless possibilities. The band director at Howard High takes students with little to no musical background and teaches them how to turn silence into song. Video Video
GOLDEN APPLE: Alissa Taylor from Valley Point Elementary
Alissa Taylor helps students in many ways, but the Valley Point Elementary school teacher strives to help children develop a love a reading. Video Video
GOLDEN APPLE: Michelle Akers from McConnell Elementary
The atmosphere inside Michelle Akers' classroom resembles a campground at Chester Frost Park. Akers uses creative experiences, like reading tents, to keep her students engaged. Video Video
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Dayna - 2:32 PM
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Can someone answer me this? Why in hell would any Animal Control organization have a dog like Abbey up for adoption? Do they really think it's a good idea to put a dog like that in a neighborhood that has other dogs and small children? They deserve to be sued into the ground should Abbey ever attack.

mamac - 12:09 AM
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Throw all the scum under the jail and throw the key away. Don't give them food and tie them up on a foot chain and no water and put a 500 pound weight on them..These people are taking my air.Judge throw the book at them and show action don't be all talk..

tvol777 - 4/23/2014 6:16 PM
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Does that mean on his next new route he can do it again?

tvol777 - 4/23/2014 6:14 PM
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Does that mean on his next new route he can do it again?

tvol777 - 4/23/2014 6:13 PM
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Very glad we are not attending a funeral. No excuse should be exceptable in this incident. The man should be removed permanently from driving any child anywhere. It is hard enough to keep children in school. They should not have to worry about their transportation.

Textex - 4/22/2014 7:42 AM
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Kat14 - 4/21/2014 11:13 PM
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This is heartbreaking. I do not understand why an 18 month old baby and a 3 year old toddler were on an ATV. This accident should have never happened if common sense would have been used. Ithis is so sad.

capemberton - 4/21/2014 10:16 PM
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Lost Champagne/Blonde/Buff medium to long hair Neutered male cat in Normal Park/North Chattanooga area. I believe that someone took him from the sidewalk area around our home. He was supposed to be an inside cat but we could never keep him confined exclusively to our home. He rarely left our yard and at most wandered a very small area around our home. He has been missing since the 19th/20th. He is extremely happy in our home, microchipped (thru McKamey Animal Shelter) and has a best cat friend (Chi-Chi) who is grieving him right now. He belongs to my 6 year old son. He is a very docile cat and in general is not shy. He loves to be rubbed behind his ears or on his belly. He has a stripe and snip on his nose and his two front paws are white. His eyes are rust colored. There is a LARGE reward if found! Please contact Kristin & Carl at 423-715-7399 or 716-1568 carlalanpemberton@gmail.com

momslove4485 - 4/21/2014 3:47 PM
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How do you collect the prize?

CitizenX - 4/20/2014 9:09 AM
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I was disturbed at first as well, until I realized that the text is a direct transcription of the verbal description in the video.
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