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  • Meet Larissa McCoy from Collierville High, an Educator of the Week

    COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. — Larissa McCoy of Collierville High School has been named a Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. She teaches 11th and 12th grade Algebra II. Ms. McCoy says the relationships she’s been able to build with her students are amazing.

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    Sylina Jones of Carnes Elementary named Educator of the Week

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Sylina Jones, a teacher at Carnes Optional Elementary, is a Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. Ms. Jones teaches pre-kindergarten. She says she loves being able to give students a strong foundation.

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    Oakshire’s Rhonda Brown named Educator of the Week

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Rhonda Brown of Oakshire Elementary School has been named a Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. Ms. Brown teaches kindergarten classes. She says she loves preparing students for a successful future.

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    Kate Bond Elementary’s Shyrll Vickers named Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Shyrll Vickers has been selected as a Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. Ms. Vickers teaches 2nd grade at the Bartlett school. She says she loves it when she sees a smile on a child’s face as they learn to read.

  • Idlewild Elementary’s Becky Taylor named Educator of the Week

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Idlewild Elementary teacher Becky Taylor has been named a Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. She teaches 3rd grade at the Midtown school. She says her favorite part of teaching is “inspiring children to love being lifelong learners.”

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    Memphis car dealerships give away toys for the holidays

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Wolfchase Honda and Wolfchase Nissan, family-owned and operated for over 27 years, are giving away some of the year’s hottest toys this holiday season. From Wednesday, December 10th through Tuesday, December 23rd, they will give away 12 sets of toys, one for each dealership. The toys are some of the most popular this year, including Zoomer Dinos, LeapTV’s, Kidizoom Smart Watches, Let’s Imagine Elmo dolls, Elsa from Frozen dolls, and even bikes with helmets. To enter to win, […]

  • Annmarie McGhee from St. Ann Catholic School is the Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week

    BARTLETT, Tenn. — Annmarie McGhee from St. Ann Catholic School is a Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. She teaches 3rd grade. McGhee says she loves helping students learn!

  • Cristin Munson of Barret’s Chapel School named Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week

    ARLINGTON, Tenn. — The Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week is Cristin Munson. She teaches 6th grade mathematics at Barret’s Chapel Elementary School in Arlington. Munson says she enjoys making math fun and enjoyable for her students.  

  • Saint Louis Catholic’s Shannon Kirk named Educator of the Week

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Shannon Kirk of Saint Louis Catholic School has been named a Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. She teaches 5th and 6th grades at the school. Kirk says she loves seeing her students learn, prosper, grow, and smile.  She says that makes her job amazing!

  • FACS comes through with big money for Go Jim Go

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Go Jim Go’s 2014 ride has been in the record books for a while, but Mid-South schools are still raising money for the children at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Jim Jaggers stopped by First Assembly Christian School on Wednesday morning to pick up their fundraising check. Students there raised $4,000!

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    Pizza party brings Jim to Bon Lin Elementary

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — One of the rewards for fundraising in Go Jim Go is a pizza party for the top performing classroom in schools which raise more than a thousand dollars. Jim was at Bon Lin Elementary Friday to bring the kids in one classroom their pizza party.

  • What do you need to do to get your house ready for winter?

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — With the recent cold snap, fall seems to have ended abruptly in the Mid-South.  For many people, the cold weather means it’s time to go around the house taking care of all those little things that keep us comfortable and the utility bills under control. Conway Services sent a representative to WREG’s “Live @ 9″ on Friday to run through a number of those items. Watch the video, then share your winterizing ideas below in the comments.

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