Students, parents and teachers are trying to do the best they can while learning from home during the Coronavirus pandemic.
As teachers prepare online lesson plans, one school is doing its part to help kids who might need some extra attention.
One elementary school is making sure kids don't go hungry while they are out of school during the coronavirus pandemic.
Some young authors are showing off their writing skills, and now have their own published books.
Students at Harrison Bay Future Ready Center are learning skills that can help them land a job when they graduate.
Students at the Howard School re-created the lunch counter sit-ins of the 1960's, and some of the people watching their play actually took part in them.
Howard School students are learning about the civil rights era in a demonstration that they won't soon forget.
Kids in our area are showing off their art skills, and learning about Chattanooga native Bessie Smith.
A makeover at one elementary school could help the students socially, and physically.
A Howard School student is using her artistic skills to send a message about the problem of littering.